• Data Analytics Internship

    time by Nicole O'Reilly time Nov 28, 2022
    In July, we welcomed Zahra Safavifar to the Data Analytics DOCOsoft team. Zahra is a Researcher Ph.D. Candidate at ML-LABS- SFI Centre Research Training in Machine Learning. We met with the Zahra to take a brief look into her experience as an intern in DOCOsoft over the last 5 months.

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  • High Time to Move Forward with Digitisation

    time by Graham Sheppard time Nov 10, 2022
    The most recent annual Insurance Digital Maturity Study produced by ACORD found that ‘Among the 200 largest worldwide insurers, fewer than 25% have truly digitised the value chain, while more than 10% are not appreciably leveraging digital technologies within their current business processes. Further, more than half of the insurers in the study are still exploring how digitisation can be applied against their business model.’

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  • Marketing Internship

    time by Hannah Bolger time Oct 04, 2022
    This summer, I was fortunate enough to work as a Marketing Intern at DOCOsoft. It is safe to say that my experience was an unforgettable one.

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  • How quantum computing could impact the world of insurance

    time by Bernard Cosgrave time Sep 14, 2022
    A recent report from Swiss Re concluded that quantum computing (QC) could offer significant benefits for (re)insurance carriers, but, in the more immediate future, could also pose significant threats. It’s not hard to see why. In this blog, we look at how quantum computing could impact the world of insurance and reinsurance.

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  • A five-year snapshot on the corporate claims landscape

    time by Graham Sheppard time Aug 01, 2022
    Few will be surprised to learn that a recent report on corporate insurance claims around the world found both the severity and the financial impact of claims increasing markedly - just at a time when spiraling inflation is pushing costs even higher and insurers are scrambling to increase valuations to levels more in line with reality.

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