This report identifies and analyzes the key trends that will impact the global insurance sector in 2018. Included in the discussion are findings from Ovum's ICT Enterprise Insights study.
This interactive model provides insurance technology spending forecasts through to 2021 split by spending source.
This interactive model provides insurance technology spending forecasts through to 2021 split by business function.
A summary of the key themes that emerged from the SAS analyst conference held in June 2017.
As insurers adopt digital technology, the role of the backbone network becomes critical. Software-defined networks (SDNs) offer insurers a way to deliver organizational agility while also reducing network infrastructure operating costs.
The insurance industry is entering a distinct new phase of disruption, driven by the impact of IoT. Over the next five years, IoT has the potential to fundamentally reshape today's mainstream insurance proposition.
A new approach to home insurance has emerged thanks to the proliferation of smart home devices and services that enable consumers to not only actively protect their home, but also prevent incidents.
Based on interviews with around 7,000 senior IT executives, Ovum's ICT Enterprise Insights program answers key questions concerning enterprises' needs at a country and industry level. This brief focuses on the top findings for the life insurance industry.
Based on interviews with around 7,000 senior IT executives, Ovum's ICT Enterprise Insights program answers key questions concerning enterprises' needs at a country and industry level. This brief focuses on the top findings for the P&C insurance industry.
Blockchain-related technologies are growing at a rapid pace with new developments, announcements, and investments occurring on a near-daily basis. This activity isn’t restricted to financial services, and is now occurring across all industries.
The digital, connected world is fundamentally changing the dynamics of the financial services industry. This report assesses key investment and strategic considerations for equipping the network for the digital financial institution.
The UK vote to leave the European Union will have ramifications for financial services internationally and could topple London’s standing as a global financial center. Short-term uncertainty will put some IT projects in limbo.
This case study provides a best-practice example of how global insurer Aegon has started to bring about the cultural change needed to become a responsive and agile digital organization focused on the customer.
This research was produced for Ovum’s Digital Economy 2025: Technology Outlook report, October 2015. The scenario depicts a society that is open 24×7; rated as “high impact, low likelihood,” it was not included in the final report as space was given to high likelihood events.
The 2016 Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) Annual Conference and Exhibition was not dominated by one single theme or big announcement, although interoperability featured heavily.
The rate of change occurring in the global insurance market is resulting in IT service providers assuming an increasingly important role. This report summarizes the positioning and capabilities of nine leading IT service providers targeting the insurance sector.
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