Weekly Brief


Weekly Brief

Thursday, January 20,2022

Feature of the Week

RPA offers scalability, system compliance, efficient data processing, and some other benefits to the Insurance industry  Read more
Financial institutions that use blockchain can ensure that their records are immutable and reduce cyber risks. The Influence of Technology on the Insurance Industry  Read more
AI and ML give insurers that prioritise AI a competitive advantage over their competitors  Read more

CIO Viewpoint

By Eugene Willard, CIO, Lasership, Inc.  
When Watson played Jeopardy, one of the more powerful demonstrations of Artificial Intelligence was Watson’s ability to use Natural Language Processing (NLP) to field questions and respond with his answers.  Read more
By Andrew Crabb, CIO, TR Group  
The concept of customer experience and for being customer centric is by no means a new concept but what does it mean to you and where does it start and stop.  Read more

Featured Vendors

By Indraneel Fuke,   
Provides comprehensive, scalable, and affordable enterprise CRM solution targeted towards the price-sensitive Asian market  Read more
By Vijesh Yoganathan,   
Browsing from best-selling upsell offers, hoteliers can add personalised guest-facing deals in a few clicks, and promote them through perfectly timed guest communication. This puts guests in control of designing their stay with upgrades, special...  Read more
By Madhu Tadikonda,   
bolttech is Pacific Century Group’s new international insurtech business with a mission to build the world’s leading, technology-enabled protection and insurance ecosystem. bolttech’s unique digital-first proposition is born out of its...  Read more

CXO Insights

By Roya Khajeh, Head of Cards and Payments, Commercial Bank  
To meet customers' growing needs and enhance their banking experience, Commercial Bank introduced CB Pay, a mobile wallet service available on CBQ Mobile App  Read more
By Ivan Jaya, EVP Head of Wealth Management & Retail Digital Business, Commonwealth Bank Indonesia  
There are 260 million people in Indonesia and around 60 percent of them are in the working-age population, however only 36 percent of the population have bank accounts with 10 percent adopting non-cash payments.  Read more
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