Claims process automation can drive innovation: CII

CII New Generation Claims Group finds

Hemma Visavadia
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Claims process automation can drive innovation: CII

The use of automation for claims, which may have an impact on customer satisfaction scores, is likely to modernise the claims process and the sector, according to research by The Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) New Generation Claims Group.

The CII launched the flagship programme, the New Generation Group, in 2011 to encourage "fresh and innovative" thinking within the insurance industry. The report, which surveyed 445 claims professionals, investigated how technology and innovation can change the claims environment and what professional skillsets will still be required and what can be automated as part of its evolution. It found that while small claims can be automated, making the process more efficient, more complex clai...

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