With the recent launch of Dais 3.0, our platform has evolved into the first true operating system for insurance, opening up incredible new opportunities for every insurer on the platform.
Digitization began later for insurance than other industries. Those who are ahead of the curve are gaining advantages in risk analysis, customer experience, and proactive customer support.
In development for over a year and in testing for the last 3 months, Dais 3.0 launched today–turning the Dais platform into the first ever full operating system for insurance.
Deloitte's research shows that it takes 12-18 months to launch a new insurance product. This is costing insurers dearly, but the good news is that the industry is modernizing product development.
Slow innovation means inflation is having a significant impact—speed is a major challenge as products can take up to 2 years to hit the market.
Wefox, an European insurtech, has raised $400 million at a $4.5 billion valuation. By working alongside the existing insurers...
Despite a rough market, MGA funding is booming. With a niche focus, digital-first approach, and expansion options, MGAs are a valuable part of the industry.
Travelers is using its cash flow to invest in technology. SaaS partnerships are key for carriers looking to upgrade their customer experience.
To compete in the digital age, insurers need to move away from legacy systems and shift to an API-driven architecture.
Embedded insurance and binding through APIs are the key drivers of Branch’s high valuation. It is good market validation of the tech capabilities that the Dais platform can give to any carrier, no-code required.