Infograins' blockchain for insurance solutions can assist enterprises in addressing critical bottlenecks such as duplicate entry, fraudulent claims, and unforeseen claims handling delays. The system is a peer-to-peer model built on trust that produces total transparency, accelerates processing, and saves time and money.
All primary and secondary stakeholders share data in a secure repository, resulting in increased transparency.
Streamlines data exchange between insurers and re-insurers.
In the event of a loss covered by the insurance logic, the smart contract triggers policy execution.
A shared database with multiple levels of security compliance stamps ownership of valuable assets, preventing double entries and claims processing.
Insurance companies must store, verify, and process massive amounts of customer data to make payments on claims. The lack of an automated solution has resulted in a complex ecosystem that invites inaccurate claims handling and policy manipulation. Not to overlook a helpless customer who has no choice but to use the services of a failing industry.
Blockchain cryptographically connects claims data, transaction data, and other valuable data sets from all stakeholders in the insurance industry. The data in a ledger is copied to all, ensuring complete transparency.
Independent Claims Processing & Underwriting
replicated across all insurance types
Built-in Scalability & Security
Reduced risk of fraud
Reduced reliance on intermediaries
No single data storage
Manage both individual and group policy
Reduce the amount of due diligence
Without the aid of facilitators, they enable value transfers of any kind. Smart contracts establish rules between the two parties, just like conventional contracts do.
The insurance sector will merely get mired in inefficiencies brought on by money and time lost due to the use of billions of forms, human error, and poor communication as it connects millions of insurers, healthcare providers, and clients.
Blockchain registries are decentralized, making it impossible for one authority to harm or manipulate them.
Management of claims
Blockchain can increase confidence while cutting costs and time spent on each customer. Insurers and brokers can operate more effectively as a result.
Know Your Customer (KYC) requirements must be complied with by brokers, insurers, and reinsurers for all of their counterparties. This entails gathering crucial customer information and labour-intensively confirming each customer's identity. To speed up this procedure, PwC and Z/Yen have developed a blockchain-based prototype.
It has built-in consensus algorithms, provenance, verifiability, and immutability.
Smart contracts make insurance easier.
The use of blockchain will make it simpler to confirm the statement's accuracy.
Without a doubt, blockchain will aid life insurance companies in cutting costs.