Four areas where COVID-19 is driving innovation

E-signatures, medicals screenings, added-value services, remote working

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Four areas where COVID-19 is driving innovation

iPipeline's Paul Yates explores how the coronavirus crisis is accelerating change in protection technology

The UK government has often invoked wartime language in its effort to combat COVID-19. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has vowed to "win the fight" and "beat the enemy", and he even declared that he is the head of a "wartime government". While it's questionable how far the war analogy can be stretched, what is clear is that just like in a war we are seeing accelerated change in a number of different areas. The saying goes that necessity is the mother of invention, and this is certainly true i...

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