Dell Technologies has recently penned a sponsorship partnership with CIO Africa towards the forthcoming Africa Insuretech Summit.
Scheduled on 23rd September 2021, the summit is primed to reassess the dramatic changes reshaping the very notion of the way insurance is done today.
“In order to improve operational efficiencies, insurance companies are weathering the storm of a changing landscape, but what do they focus on, and where do they put their stakes?” noted Laura Chite, CEO CIO Africa while commenting on the partnership. She added that technology is changing the pace of insurance, and so must insurers.
Insurance technology, also insuretech, aims to leverage the use of data from devices and IoT to get a more precise picture of an individual’s actual risk level which in turn gives more competitively priced products that are better tailored per an insured’s needs. Technology like GPS trackers in cars and wearable fitness will help insurers offer customers cheaper vehicle and life insurance.
Dell Technologies is one of the largest tech companies in the world, with over 165,000 employees across the globe, focusing on the sale of personal computers, network servers, data storage solutions, and software. The company prides itself in being the leader in digital transformation – providing digital technology solutions, products, and services to drive business success.
At the summit, Dell will deliberate on the technology solutions that are instrumental in changing the digital landscape as fuelled by the changing market trends. Dell upholds the desire to power human progress through powerful technologies by offering end-to-end solutions.