What role will you play as part of a mobile, information-rich and profitable working relationship that will serve your common customers?
The wheels are now in motion and it’s sure to be an interesting journey. OEMs, insurers and new market entrants are all jockeying for position. The question is how do industry players identify a roadmap through new and different business models, data exchanges and partnership structures, that lead to workable, exciting new ecosystems; one able to deliver on customers’ high and still rising needs and expectations.
Sanjeev Mirle, Managing Director, Automotive & Mobility Strategic Partnerships, Liberty Mutual Insurance, a contributor to the upcoming Insurance Nexus by Reuters Events webinar on “Auto Insurers, OEMs and Supply Chains: Collaborating for the New Consumer” had this to say on the topic:
“Insurance can be a natural extension of many OEMs’ brand promise of safety, convenience, and peace of mind. The growth of advanced safety systems, connected vehicle data and analytics, and online shopping for both vehicles and insurance is prompting collaboration across the auto and insurance industries to create new business models and differentiated value for their shared customers.”
Be sure to join the free webinar now “Auto Insurers, OEMs and Supply Chains: Collaborating for the New Consumer” (December 6nd, 10.00 Central US time).
The free to listen to session which will also canvass opinions from: Stephen Applebaum, Managing Partner, Insurance Solutions Group (Moderator), Pete Frey, Commercial Telematics & Connected Business Director, Nationwide andClint Marlow, Director, Allstate.
Key lines of questioning and debate will include the challenge of leveraging real core competencies to successfully navigate disruption and connectivity and Inter-and-cross industry partnerships; their selection, design and execution being the key differentiators. Data privacy and security are also critical; and understanding the design for these new “rules of the road.”
The session moderator, Stephen Applebaum feels this topic is a critical area for modern carriers to consider: “‘Gradually, then suddenly’ best explains how the demand for totally new and very different relationships have emerged between auto insurers, OEMs, collision repairers and the broad transportation industry supply chain – all focused on the new consumer and the data-rich connected vehicle ecosystem. The question is no longer if, but how?“
What role will you play as part of a mobile, information-rich and profitable working relationship that will serve your common customers? Join the free webinar today, and if you can’t listen live you can still access the recordings.
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