Big Data and Insurtech: A Carrier Perspective 05/22/2020
Carriers have used big data to drive business decisions before “big data” became a term. Over the past several years, many new data sources have become available to allow insurers to improve insights into risks, create the right products to provide the most peace of mind for customers, provide competitive pricing on those products, and provide accurate reserving.
insurance agents bring the benefits of insurtech to farmers 05/09/2020
Farms, ranches, food manufacturers and commercial agricultural facilities in the United States are turning to InsurTech tools, facilitated by insurance carriers and fostered by independent agents.
flood risk and private flood insurance: an overview for businesses 05/09/2020
Independent agents must keep an eye up to see other risks that stand in front of customers, even amidst an unprecedented economic turndown due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Westfield is Helping Recognize Everyday Heroes 04/29/2020
WKYC is recognizing those people, businesses and organizations with our #3Heroes campaign – and we have some great help in making that happen.
What Small Business Wants 03/18/2020
Small business doesn’t mean small-in-size when it comes to the commercial insurance market.
Data You Can Use 03/06/2020
Ten tips for choosing the right insurtech claims solution from a crowded field.
The Biggest Challenges Affecting Small Business Owners 02/27/2020
3 in 4 Westfield small commercial agents said fewer than half of their small business customers currently have some sort of cyber liability coverage.
Westfield Seeks to Elevate Message 09/30/2019
In September, Chris sat down with Peter Van Aartrijk from Insurance Journal’s On Point podcast.
Three Steps to Reducing Cyber Risk in Your Organization 09/18/2019
Pete Schwanke, Westfield Chief Risk Officer talks about how cyber risk is everywhere and everchanging and creates a daunting task for businesses.
Westfield Ranked #1 in Customer Satisfaction Among Auto Insurers in the North Central Region 09/12/2019
The 2019 U.S. Auto Insurance Study, now in its 20th year, examines customer satisfaction in five factors (in order of importance): interaction; policy offerings; price; billing process and policy information; and claims.