70% of insurance companies have implemented tech to empower non-IT employees to develop and implement their own digital business applications.
2020 was a challenging year for the British economy – and put the insurance industry under particular pressure.
Businesses and individuals rely on their insurance provider to be their safety net during times of crises. But the double whammy of Brexit and COVID has meant there has been an unprecedented number of claims to process.
Getting through the backlog is vital to provide customers a lifeline and maintain their trust in the industry as a whole. It’s a daunting challenge — so much so that businesses are turning to technology for help.
Technology has emerged as the hero in this difficult time. IT teams have helped the sector keep the lights on, adapt and even prepare for the long-term combined impact of Brexit and COVID-19. At the same time, non-technical employees have become more digitally-savvy than ever before.
But how can technology keep meeting the insurance sector’s growing needs, when it needs to change constantly, and resources are tight?
This brochure explores how Brexit and the pandemic have reshaped the role of IT in the insurance sector, how non-technical employees have become an active part of app development, and why more than 70% of insurance companies have turned to low-code to create new apps in the wake of Brexit.
Learn how technology can empower your entire workforce and help you be more prepared for whatever is next.
Read the brochure to:
- Discover how the insurance industry has adapted to tackle the combined challenges of Brexit and COVID
- Find out how the IT team pivoted to become a strategic advisor for the sector
- Learn how low-code can support innovation during this time of unprecedented change