Automation Comes To E&S Market, Finally

By David C. Dobson

Since the mid-1980s, when the excess and surplus lines market first experienced significant growth, it has developed a distinguished reputation for introducing new and cutting-edge products to meet the needs of unique risks.

Today, with a significant growth in excess and surplus lines opportunities, carriers must shift their creative focus toward technological advances to improve their process capabilities.

This article illustrates how excess and surplus lines carriers and managing general underwriters are impacted by current market conditions and explains how they can leverage technology to automate inefficient and redundant processes, reaping benefits for their firms and their customers.

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