Are insurers ready for the new worker?
Princeton, ON (Mar. 10, 2016) – FINEOS has served the Life, Accident and Health insurance sector for many years and we are seeing the greatest shift in our customer’s business landscape in more than 20 years. As we continue to provide insurers with superior technology solutions that enable them to care for the people that they serve, we must support the current market and build for tomorrow’s customer. To do this, we need to tap into the best thinking about the future of the insurance market, including the social and political drivers that will shape that market.
In this white paper, David Smith explores the changes coming in the nature of work, driven by digitalization, shifting economic relationships, and the empowerment of the individual. David makes a compelling case for the rise of the freelance economy and the implications of that business model on the Life, Accident and Health Benefits market.
With traditional models of work changing rapidly, traditional insurance models of Life, Accident and Health protection may no longer suit the needs of the 21st-century workforce. Our careers are developing with a new characteristic of fragmented, changing models of personal engagement with employment and the insurance industry has to develop products and services to meet the new needs. Chuck and David explore this here.
About FINEOS Corporation
The FINEOS flagship product, the FINEOS AdminSuite, is based on the FINEOS Digital Platform and will deliver a full service Policy, Billing and Claims software solution that provides best in class functionality for Group, Voluntary and Individual Policy administration on a single platform while also supporting self-admin, full-admin and TPA models. Established in 1993, FINEOS delivers innovative solutions to a global market and has customers, employees and established bases in North America, Europe, Africa and the Asia Pacific markets. For more information, visit www.fineos.com.