Insurtech report just released (2H2018)
The proliferation of mobile devices, new technologies and enormous funding has spawned an army of start-ups impacting the world stage of insurance software vendors.
This environment is not only disrupting insurers but it impacts their suppliers as well. Existing vendors need to change their business models and adapt new technologies including AI, blockchain data, IoT, predictive analysis, micro-insurance, mobility-as-a-service, usage-based insurance and more.
Where are the biggest deals happening in the world? Where should you concentrate your efforts to build buyers or disruptive businesses that could help transform your company?
A definitive list of the top acquirers: what does this tell us about the direction of the sector and how could this affect your company's M&A.
How much is your company worth? What should you be paying for your next M&A transaction? Get the essential overview on deal values.
Top Buyers in the Report
Why has a new urgency returned to Insurtech?
"The risk insurtechs present to traditional business models cannot be ignored, as digital innovation redefines the next-generation insurance ecosystem. Incumbents will have to address the much higher level of customer engagement that the insurtechs are attaining by adapting their business model or risk losing their market share.
Adaptation will lead to cost improvements, better capital allocation and greater revenue generation. Insurers need to analyze the innovation landscape and compare their in-house technological capabilities with insurtech solutions. Their options for moving forward include digitizing operations, acquiring or partnering with insurtechs."