25 avril 2017

What are the examples of successful Big Data projects in banking and insurance?

Future of IT: Bank and insurance are well equipped to take full advantage of Big Data: data, their servers are full of them ... Improved responsiveness, customer loyalty, customization of offers, Fraud ... What concrete benefits can be derived? The banking and insurance sectors will not be the poor parents of Big Data. According to an IDC study, French companies could benefit from an "additional value potential" of 54 billion euros in 4 years, and the financial sector could benefit from 20% of this windfall (second step of the... [Lire la suite]
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01 mars 2017

Newsletter INI #1

Here is the first newsletter of INI, SME Cluster dedicated to the digital technology and big data. Read online version     Newsletter #1   Editorial Here is the number 1 of the newsletter... [Lire la suite]
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18 janvier 2017

Big Data, secret agent (or not) of the insurances

In the area of insurance, where data have always been the raw material to forecast and anticipate the risks, the advantage of Big Data is undisputable. Objective: know the customer as precisely as possible to price him the right insurance product the most adapted to his needs. But, among the internal data of the customer portofolio, the semipublic data, the partners’s data and the personnal information collected (by sensors, smart box, internet surfing and home automation, etc...), the insurer can quickly find himself flooded in a... [Lire la suite]
25 février 2015

Connected objects: why they will revolutionize insurance

What role for the insurer in the coming years? A simple risk-bearing, deprived of value in the client relationship, or will he play a more global role of life coach in the heart of a partnership network expanded? That is indeed the question posed by the development of connected objects. Indeed, this second digital revolution could transform the insurers deals, but many obstacles still to be overcome. Whatever the field, connected objects can help change the role of the insurer to that of "life coach" able to advise those who wish... [Lire la suite]