Insurance Technology & Trends
Curated content on the latest insurance technology and insurance industry trends.
A Customer of the Future Scenario
This simple thought exercise explores what might be possible with new technologies and new ways of providing value to our policyholders.
Modern Core Systems Enabling Transformation
Strategy Meets Action (SMA) recent white paper covers the transformation journey that P&C insurers have embarked on and the business value that can be realized from a successful journey.
Make Your At-Home Space Work For You
You do your best work remotely with an optimized workspace. We've created an infographic to share what helps us be productive in our at-home workspaces.
Migrating to Web-Based Applications
Optimizing your insurance business for remote work necessitates web-based software. Download our guide to help optimize your insurance business for remote work.
Staying Happy and Healthy in a Remote Workplace
We know working remotely can affect our wellness and productivity. To make the most of remote work, here are some tips for staying happy and healthy when working remotely.
BriteCore's Favorite Tools for Remote Work
BriteCore chose to become a fully remote company ten years ago. We want to share our top tips and tricks for these critical tools that can empower your remote workforce.
A Quick Start Guide for Remote Work
Remote work has become a mandate rather than an option. We’ve put together a guide with quick-start checklists to help you transition operations from a physical office to a fully remote work model.
BriteCore CEO Phil Reynolds Discusses Microservices Architecture in AAIS Interview
BriteCore CEO, Phil Reynolds, discusses challenges and opportunities of adopting microservices architecture during a recent interview with AAIS.
Top Five Tools for Touchless Claims
Companies who make policyholders feel valued and reassured during the claims process instill confidence and loyalty in their brands, even amidst a crisis.
How Insurers Can Meet the Agility Mandate
CEO Phil Reynolds and a panel of experts discuss four fundamental elements insurers must adopt to remain relevant in the new era of computing.
Data Warehousing for Regulatory Compliance
Expanding regulatory reporting requirements have insurers searching for streamlined solutions that simplify the reporting process, improve accuracy of data, and increase speed to compliance.