Sollers Consulting株式会社（本社：ワルシャワ）主催による「Innovation in Insurance」をテーマとしたカンファレンスが、2019年1月14日、ワルシャワのコペルニクス科学センターにて開催されました。14カ国から300を超える保険業界のエキスパートが集い、保険業界におけるデジタリゼ－ション促進に伴う今後の課題や挑戦について意見を交わしました。
Open Day in Lublin
In 2012 Sollers Consulting opened its office in Lublin with a five-people team and now it employs over 100 in the city, with plans for another one hundred and ambitions for even more. The company recognises potential in the Lublin IT Upland and wishes to support its full-scale international projects from there. On the 26th October Sollers Consulting invited guests to visit its newly opened office at Spokojna 2.
Sollers Consulting expands to Japan
Warsaw/Tokyo, 24. October 2018: Sollers Consulting has founded a subsidiary in Tokyo. The consultancy currently supports a big international insurance group in digitizing its Japanese business. Sollers Consulting will expand its activities in Japan as the insurance market has started to respond to the challenges of digitization.
Sollers Consulting is expanding its activities to Japan. The business and IT consultancy has opened an office in Tokyo (Chiyoda-ku district). Currently Sollers Consulting is supporting insurers in Great Britain, Germany, Denmark, Poland, Brazil, the US and many other countries. Insurers in Japan are intensifying their digitization efforts to progress in efficiency and to respond to changing clients’ behavior. Specializing in implementing services and digitised solutions, Sollers Consulting sees a lot of opportunities on the Japanese market.
Polish Roots and Global Expansion
Warsaw 11th October 2018: Sollers Consulting welcomed close to 200 representatives of the financial sector in the Amber Room Restaurant in the Sobański Palace. The occasion was the 9th edition of Winetasting with Sollers Consulting and the purpose of the annual meeting was to give an update about the company and express gratitude to customers, without whom Sollers Consulting couldn’t boast such dynamic expansion and success.
A little bit of Agile is not enough
Cologne, September 21, 2018: Silo mentality is putting the digital transformation of insurers at risk, was one of the conclusions at the “Digitalization in Insurance" event by Sollers Consulting.
Insurers and banks are increasingly using Agile project management to transform their business. However, if Agile is implemented half-heartedly, the benefits may be lost, warned Michał Trochimczuk, Managing Partner of Sollers Consulting, yesterday in Cologne. At the event "Dare More Agility" representatives from the insurance sector discussed the progress of this method.
Senior insurance executives meet again to discuss market challenges
London / Warsaw, 5th June 2018: 350 business leaders and IT professionals from over 90 insurance companies are participating in TINtech 2018 in London. They are discussing digital strategy, new technologies and regulations, as well as other current and future challenges and how to address them. Sollers Consulting is supporting the conference and exhibiting during the event.
Struggle for data - The motor insurance of tomorrow will be driven by technology
European insurers are preparing for a new era in motor insurance. On January 24, Insurance Europe and the Association of Mutual Insurers (Amice) launched a campaign data4drivers. They demand that the data generated by semiautonomous and autonomous cars shall belong to the drivers and not to the manufacturers of the cars. The petition is, among others, backed by the German Insurance Association GDV and by British ABI. Germany’s car producers such as Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Volkswagen (Audi, Porsche and others) and their suppliers (Bosch, ZF and others) are investing heavily in technology for autonomous cars. Volvo recently announced that it is “fairly confident” it can start selling autonomous vehicles in 2021.
Insurers need to establish partnership models
Copenhagen, 6th March 2017: Sollers Consulting Experts explained during the Insurance Innovators conference in Copenhagen why insurers struggle to keep pace with modernization