Toronto, ON (Sept. 1, 2017) — Life and business as we know them are changing. As people increasingly embrace and incorporate connected technology into their daily lives, the insurance industry will need to effectively respond to how consumer trends are shifting.
For insurance carriers, the value of the Internet of Things (IoT) doesn’t lie only on smart devices, but in also leveraging IoT platforms to personalize their insurance products and understand their customers better.
In a new white paper, Internet of Things Platform for Insurance, IBM discusses how IoT platform integration can impact insurers’ core functions, including business operations, customer experience, product development and more.
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