What’s Happening In The DIA Community Vol. 14 - DIA Community News

What’s Happening In The DIA Community Vol. 14 - DIA Community News

Written by Roger Peverelli and Reggy de Feniks - Founders The DIA Community on 6 Apr, 2021

DIA Community News

Bdeo and GT Motive Join Forces To Move Underwriting and Claims Forwards
, the leading Insurtech in Visual Intelligence in Spain and LatAm, has announced a new partnership with GT Motive, a technology company specialized in automotive repair data. This partnership will enable accurate and reliable damage analysis and cost estimation, helping insurers automate their decisions and resolving underwriting and claims at a faster rate. Ana Asuero, Chief Product Officer at Bdeo commented on this agreement: “We are very pleased with this partnership with GT Motive. Thanks to this collaboration, Bdeo increases the capability of its Visual Intelligence engine in estimating the cost of a vehicle, allowing insurers to not only detect and estimate the cost of repairing parts, but also adding the ability to estimate replacement costs to their value chain.”

Click here to find out more about the partnership.

McKinsey Interviews Uwe Stuhldreier On Revolutionizing Insurance: The Personalized Insurance Engine
DIA’s Knowledge Partner McKinsey
spoke to HUK24 executive Uwe Stuhldreier on how the personalized insurance engine works, how it can cater to customers’ needs, and how it may become an important game-changer for the insurance industry going forward. Uwe Stuhldreier—an executive at HUK24, Germany’s largest fully digital direct insurer—discusses a customer-centric, digitally enabled business model that could shape the future of insurance. HUK24’s growth has been largely due to its prioritization of simplicity for its customers, as it automates and expands online access across the customer journey.

Read the entire interview here.

Appian Publishes White Paper: The Future of Enterprise Application Development
Over 500 million digital applications and services will be developed and deployed by 2023—the same number of apps that have been developed over the last 40 years. To keep up with the growing demand for applications, IT teams need a more efficient way to quickly deliver powerful software. That’s where low-code comes in. In Appian’s newest white paper you can learn how low-code solves three challenges that plague every IT organization, what the common misconceptions are about what low-code is (and isn’t) and it prescribes 7 requirements to help ">

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