Conference Reports - Insurers urged to use technology as differentiator to boost business

January 2011
Asia Insurance Review;Jan2011, p39
Trade Publication
The article offers information on the 6th Insurance Executives' Summit for Strategy, Operations & Technology which was held in Taipei, Taiwan. The conference focused on the use of technology by insurers as a differentiator for revenue generation, distribution optimisation, product innovation, customer service, cost control, claims management and enhancing operational efficiency.


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