Coretech Insight Report: Insurers Can See Up to $25M Revenue Gain
A Coretech Insight Study Commissioned by Socotra
Insurers know that speed and agility are key to growth. But they struggle to quantify the value of investing in new technologies in terms of speed-to-market and revenue. To address this challenge, Coretech Insight, an independent advisory firm focused on core technology for the insurance industry, conducted a breakthrough study modeling three real-world scenarios to assess the economic value of speed-to-market, using publicly available industry and government data and validation by senior industry participants.
The analysis compared product launches for incumbent systems against new cloud-native agile platforms and found that insurers that launch products faster by deploying cloud agile technology are able to generate a revenue gain of as much as $25 million over five years.
What will you learn from this report? You’ll get the detailed information supporting these results and learn how findings like these were determined in this analysis:
- The benefits of shorter time-to-market exceeded the costs of implementing and operating new cloud technology by a wide margin—as much as 40 times the cost of implementation.
- Cloud agile technology can trim product launch times to a matter of months versus typical timeframes of a year to 18 months for outdated systems.
- Cloud agile platform product launches enable insurers to capture revenue that would otherwise be lost to extended launch timeframes.
- Insurers are forfeiting millions of dollars in new premiums due to delays common with incumbent systems.
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How a multinational insurer launched a digital-first auto product while reducing costs and increasing customer satisfaction
Partnering with Socotra, the insurer launched their new digital product in just ten months, whereas deploying a comparable legacy system typically would have taken at least two years. Because of this increased speed-to-market, the insurer could significantly save on implementation costs.