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MOBILE APPS IN LIFE INSURANCE: AN UNDERUTILIZED CHANNEL

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The consumer appetite for mobile apps will continue to grow exponentially, but life insurance carriers have yet to meet that demand, says Aite. In this 31-page report, Aite lays out the state of the industry’s mobile apps and usability, with 41 of the top 50 life carriers represented. While life carriers have developed e-apps, many still require a wet signature – breaking the digital experience. Get Aite’s insights into which e-signature vendors can best support carriers for building a digital and mobile strategy and overcome common concerns around audits, security and legacy integration. Key takeaways:
  • Survey results from consumers and executives: mobile experience, installation, functionality, security and strategy
  • E-Signature vendor comparison: See how eSignLive by VASCO stacks up against Giact, InsureApp, Intellect SEEC, Kofax, Sureify, Tomorrow
  • Five mobile strategies when adding e-signatures
  • Why mobile apps must provide the same value as the customer portal
  • The importance of multifactor authentication, detailed audit trails and tamper seals when supporting e-signature

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*Aite Report: Mobile Apps in Life Insurance: An Underutilized Channel, November 2017

The consumer appetite for mobile apps will continue to grow exponentially, but life insurance carriers have yet to meet that demand, says Aite. In this 31-page report, Aite lays out the state of the industry’s mobile apps and usability, with 41 of the top 50 life carriers represented. While life carriers have developed e-apps, many still require a wet signature – breaking the digital experience. Get Aite’s insights into which e-signature vendors can best support carriers for building a digital and mobile strategy and overcome common concerns around audits, security and legacy integration.