Below is a list of survey reports conducted by FirstBest and our partners.
Market Needs & Trends: Underwriting Management
To gain insight and assess the needs and trends surrounding underwriting management, FirstBest surveyed insurers attending the NAMIC Commercial Lines 2013 Seminar. The survey focused on underwriting exploring: top carrier priorities, carrier growth and differentiation, marketplace flexibility, and industry hot topics. Click here to download the survey results.
Mobile Technology For Insurance Survey Results
Is your organization still setting the company mobile strategy or have you rolled out mobile apps to propel your business forward? Read the survey report to learn how insurers are using mobile today.
Survey Finds Majority of Insurance Carriers View Market as Hardening
FirstBest Asks About Underwriting, Challenges, Growth and Profitability In Today’s Business Climate.
Hardworking Insurance Carriers and Agents Demand Mobile Access, Even on Vacation
Agent & carrier survey on mobile use, conducted at MarketScout E-Symposium 2011
Survey of Insurance Carriers, Agents and Brokers Finds System Integration and Faster Processing are Top Priorities for Driving Growth
Agent & carrier survey conducted at MarketScout E-Symposium 2010
Underwriting Operations Survey Finds Insurers Banking on Technology to Improve Agent Service, Discipline and Processing
IT survey conducted at the 2010 CGI Ratabase User Conference
What Agents Want: A FirstBest - Rough Notes Survey Report
Agent survey conducted by FirstBest and Rough Notes Magazine
Talent Crisis: Findings from the NAMIC Commercial Lines Underwriting Seminar
Talent crisis survey conducted at the 2010 NAMIC Commercial Lines Underwriting Seminar
Top Underwriting Challenges in Workers' Comp Today
Workers' Comp survey conducted at the 2010 NCCI Annual Issues Symposium
P&C Insurers Turn to Strategic Technology Investments to Beat the Soft Market
A summary of independent report commissioned by FirstBest. The 300 insurance carriers surveyed ranges from $200 million to $1 billion in premiums written. More than half of the respondents were C-level executives.
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