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Actuarial Post: Risk using technology or risk falling behind

Actuarial Post: Risk using technology or risk falling behind

By Tom Murray, Head of Product Strategy, Exaxe.

Technology usage is now ubiquitous amongst all sectors of society, including the elderly, and has spread beyond PCs to smartphones and tablets. As a result, the general population have far higher expectations of the service levels that they should receive from all businesses. They demand access to their information and the ability to buy products and alter their products at a time and place that suits them and on their own platform of choice: PC, laptop, smartphone or tablet...

Read the full article in the Actuarial Post: Actuarial Post - Issue 13

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