In this briefing, we assess the different ways in which technology is attempting to improve the process of policy administration and the revolutionary central management systems that are set to boost the efficiency and health of (re)insurance entities.
How two out-of-towners became sold on KC — and what it means for the area’s effort to lure tech talent
Two C-level executives at fast-rising RiskGenius had no connection to Kansas City before coming here, but now they love it. See how their experience fits into the broader narrative for the area in attracting tech talent.
RiskGenius, which provides natural language tools for improving the quality and accuracy of insurance policies, has completed a Series B financing led by Hudson Structured Capital Management.
Customers are pushing for the growth of RiskGenius, a top Kansas City startup providing software-based natural language processing tools for improved quality and accuracy in the insurance industry, said CEO Chris Cheatham.
Artificial intelligence meets property insurance: FM Global invests in RiskGenius, an insurtech startup
FM Global, one of the world’s largest commercial property insurers, has invested $1M in RiskGenius, an insurtech startup company that applies artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning to automate underwriting processes.
The organizations will test a web-based platform using machine learning to determine whether it improves the regulatory reviews of insurance company filings and speeds product delivery.
How can insurance companies be nimbler as innovators — in the face of strict regulatory oversight, customer concerns about privacy, and decades of ingrained thinking about “the way things are done”?
Insurtechs are great for the industry because it needs to change to be competitive, but insurtechs are only going to be able to help change the industry if they themselves make money.