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Most modern insurers are already leveraging web data in one way or another, though often manually and focused only on a small subset of claims incurred by a carrier. Even then, scaling up what is undoubtedly a time-consuming and resource-intensive method is next to impossible without a driving technology. How can this information be identified and leveraged in a scalable way?
In an increasingly competitive and digital marketplace, insurance companies worldwide […]
Carpe Data CEO Max Drucker was recently on a panel at InsureTech Connect 2018 on “Why Pilots Fail.” InsureTech Connect is the world’s largest InsureTech event, this year hosting over 6,000 attendees at the MGM Grand Las Vegas on October 2nd and 3rd.
Carpe Data has been chosen by Fintech Global as one of the InsurTech 100 as a tech pioneer transforming the global insurance industry and as one of the world’s most innovative providers of digital solutions.
The future of insurance is well and truly here: the […]
New data can be incredibly helpful, but only if carriers have the capability to properly organize and digitize it. They need to be properly equipped to implement it into their existing procedures and technology.
InsureTech startups are now increasingly seen as collaborative partners that can help insurers offer cutting-edge services and enter new markets.
In this age of digital transformation, it is more important than ever for carriers to utilize new technology in order to best leverage the power of next generation data. Many insurance companies have already done so, engaging innovative InsureTech companies like Carpe Data to analyze emerging data.
The Carpe Data team will be attending the AASCIF 2018 conference next week in Minneapolis, Minnesota. It's an exciting opportunity to see Max Drucker speak about emerging data sources and the ways carriers are using them across the insurance life cycle.
If only a quarter of insurers are verifying their data, how can anyone be sure of its quality and relevance? The answer lies in a third-party solution: InsureTechs.
While many insurance companies realize that new data is invaluable to success in the age of digital insurance transformation, they don't have the capabilities to access or interpret the new data sources available. In order to evolve with this change, it is critical for insurers to build tailor-made solutions.
In a new TED Talk-style Show & Tell presentation, Geoff presented Carpe Data's Claims Activity solution to over 1,000 attendees at the DIA Amsterdam conference.
The market is looking for InsureTech partners who can combine deep industry knowledge and experience, with a proven track record of delivering complex IT solutions.
This past week, our COO Geoff Andrews spoke at DIA Munich’s annual conference, who invited him to present one of their coveted “Show & Tell” sessions.
Watch our CEO Max Drucker interviewed by Oliver Wyman's team during InsureTech Connect's 2017 conference.
Max Drucker, CEO of Carpe Data, made a compelling presentation to the Annual NAIC Meeting attendees on the insurance use cases for next generation data.
The landscape of the insurance industry is rapidly changing, thanks to the emerging technological world. InsureTech is beginning to take hold of the typically traditional industry, altering it in ways previously unimaginable.
Over the next few years, the small business sector will open up to competition, yet many insurance companies are not well equipped to take advantage of the opportunity.
As Thanksgiving approaches, there is a lot for insurers to deal with. The holidays are a time of increased risk for policyholders, and carriers often see a rise in claims around Thanksgiving and Black Friday.
In the insurance industry today, next generation data's use across the policy life cycle is one that has been dominating the space of InsureTech thought leaders across the country.
We’re excited to announce the launch of Carpe Data, a new business that focuses solely on providing the next generation of data to the insurance industry.