How many times have you spent a significant percentage of your day searching your company’s database for one small, yet critical piece of information? How many times have you been hours into a cumbersome search and thought, “Does it truly have to be this hard?”
If you have ever negotiated with me, you know that I start at a central point: what is fair? My contract law professor would laugh at me right now; she declared on the first day of class that there is no such thing as "fair." I disagree. I believe that in life and business, we all have a sense of fairness. Whether we choose to follow that sense is the question.
What would you do if you could go to Google.com and search for insurance clauses and policies?
Last week I highlighted Lemonade as a company to keep an eye on in the Peer to Peer insurance space. Lemonade claims to be the first peer sharing insurance carrier in the United States. However, Besurance, based out of Calgary, Canada, is a P2P risk sharing company claiming to be the first of its kind in North America. According to their website Besurance Corporation is made up of three different divisions: Besure, Besure Agency and Besure.x. What are these different divisions and how does it differ from Lemonade?
If insurance technology and innovation interests you, I would recommend Insurance Thought Leadership. Also known as ITL, the site aggregates thought pieces from leading insurance technology enthusiasts. I have been reading everything ITL publishes for some time.
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