The next generation of claims is on the horizon, as AI, machine-learning, telematics, IoT and payment solutions are paving the way for the customer experience that will give Amazon and Uber a run for their money. Now is the time to win customers hearts, build your innovation dream team and deliver the definitive digital claims experience for all. The entire industry needs to pull together or risk falling behind.
That is why Connected Claims Europe Virtual, a fully virtual gathering of the most senior claims executives, taking place between 18 and 19 August 2020, will be completely free for all insurance carriers to attend - this is an opportunity for the entire industry to collaborate, inspire and lead.
Through a carefully curated and research-driven agenda, Connected Claims Europe Virtual will provide insurance carriers with the business-critical insights that will allow them to become the most agile, innovative organizations that can deliver world-class customer experience. Over 1000 senior claims, innovation and technology executives will hear from 20+ expert speakers on the future of insurance across multiple lines, strategies for deploying tech to transform customer experience and efficiency, inspiring the next generation of claims leaders and much more.
Register for free today.
Already confirmed to speak are:
- Ian M. THOMPSON (Group Chief Claims Officer, Zurich)
- Graham GIBSON (Chief Claims Officer, Allianz UK)
- Desiree METRAUX (Chief Executive Officer, OCC)
- Cyril STEFFEN (Chief Claims Officer European Markets, AXA)
- Mario RICCO (Global Head of Claims, Generali)
And many more insurance thought leaders, claims analytics experts and senior claims executives.
Connected Claims Europe Virtual attendees will become part of the largest insurance claims community, taking part in a multitude of interactive online sessions, discussing and dissecting the issues at the heart of claims. Attendees will also be afforded over 2 days of enhanced virtual networking with Brella; after simply creating a profile and defining one's interests, attendees can then set their own virtual meetings and create valuable business networks that can be leveraged in future.
As the agenda takes its final shape, there is still time to register for free so you can access the full networking, digital exhibition and live presentations and panels when the event goes live on 18th August- you can find out more and register on the event's website.