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Listen to the “Voice” of your Customer

Virtual assistants like Siri, Cortana and Alexa as well as other speech synthesis techniques have solved many customer use cases by offloading repetitive and mundane searches or activities.  Customer-oriented businesses leverage this technique to provide better operational efficiency and improve customer experience. They can then run analytics over the voice/audio content to derive predictions.

How Sentiment Analytics Can Drive Growth for Insurers

Insurers have a near-constant stream of unstructured data at their disposal that can be used to drive growth by improving policyholder retention and identifying cross-sell and upsell opportunities. One of the challenges for insurers is sorting through this mountain of unstructured data quickly to gain an accurate understanding of the sentiment of their customers in real time.

Using Analytics To Counter Early Claim Fraud

According to the Coalition Against Insurance Fraud, at least $80 billion in fraudulent claims are made annually in the U.S across all lines of insurance. This translates more than $400-$700 per year in increased premiums for each American family.

Building a Customer First Insurance Experience

Bajaj Allianz Life Insurance Company recently hosted a unique insurance summit focused on putting customer experience first. The event titled Future Perfect-Customer First Insurance Industry Summit 2018 was a full-day event that was attended by 21 of the 24 insurance companies that operate in India. While the focus was life insurance, the summit also saw participation from a few general insurance carriers.

Is Your Cross Sell Approach Working? If Not, You Should Read This.

Cross selling is a natural extension of trying to get a larger share of the customer's wallet. After acquiring a new customer, the sales and account management teams put their entire effort into: 1. Ensuring that the customer spends more with them; and 2. The customer buys another product or a service from them.

Factors Impacting Retention

'Retention' refers to the ability of a company to retain its customers over some specified period. High customer retention means customers of the product or business tend to return to, continue to buy or in some other way not defect to another product or business ‘Persistency’, during a period may be defined as the proportion of policies remaining in force at the end of the period out of the total policies in force at the beginning of the period. In other words, persistency is the percentage of business retained without lapsing or being surrendered. Low lapsation means high persistency and vice versa.

6 Ways Big Data Analytics Can Drive Smarter Customer Service

Big data analytics find immense application across the entire business. One area which can have direct, measurable and visible impact is the area of customer service. Data has been used since the beginning of time to improve customer service, but it is only recently that the full power of predictive analytics is being applied in this function. Organizations, both large and small, are using big data analytics to deliver superior customer service and build strong customer loyalties. See below as we look at 6 ways big data analytics is driving smarter customer service.

5 Reasons Why Your Advanced Analytics Is Probably Still “Reporting” And What You Can Do About It.

The industries we work in – insurance and banking – are probably the most process-driven and metric-focused businesses of today. Every action must result in a quantifiable metric, which are then collated and presented day in and day out to understand the business performance and direction.

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