News - India: P&C insurance technology market to exceed US$1 bln a year soon

January 2011
Asia Insurance Review;Jan2011, p52
Trade Publication
The article informs that according to research and advisory firm Celent LLC, India's property and casualty (P&C) insurance technology market is expected to exceed 1 billion dollars in 2014. Celent's latest report titled "P&C Insurance Technology Trends in India," says that most insurers are now utilising technology to realise efficiencies and streamline operations while maintaining a focus on growth and reduction in costs.


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