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Insurance Tech Trends 2012 – Elevate IT for digital business – Deloitte report by Mark White and Bill Briggs

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Article Summary :

With the recent advancement in cloud computing, mobility, social media, and big data techniques, the most important lever for future growth will be tied to the insurer’s ability to keep pace with emerging technology trends.  In the 2012 annual technology trends report titled “Insurance Tech Trends 2012: Elevate IT for digital business”, Deloitte present a detailed look at the most important technology developments intended to help insurers in having a tailored look at how these trends might help them think differently, seize new opportunities, and accomplish meaningful business results.

 The Digital Insurer reviews Deloitte’s Report on Insurance Tech Trends 2012 - Elevate IT for digital business

Various tech disruptors are likely to impact insurers’ business models

Key Insights :

The Deloitte report identifies four key disruptors that will influence the technology component of the insurer’s business model over the coming years:

  1. Social Business
  2. Hyper-hybrid Cloud
  3. Enterprise Mobility Unleashed
  4. User Empowerment

The report also highlights the five key enablers that will accelerate progress towards a new set of technology driven business capabilities:

  1. Big Data
  2. Geo spatial Visualization
  3. Digital Identities
  4. Measured Innovation
  5. Outside-in Architecture

 

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