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Why Smart Insurers Are Looking Beyond Claims To Health Advice, Parking Tips

By Henrik Naujoks, David Whelan and Harshveer Singh From tracking drivers’ braking behavior, to installing wearable devices on factory workers, to funding medical advice mobile apps, many insurance companies are trying to become more present in their customers’ lives. They know that earning greater loyalty will require interacting more with their [...]
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