Levvel Research analyzed legacy dependence’ impact on an insurer’s ability to meet business objectives and make software changes quickly, and our findings reveal key links between underlying infrastructure, process, culture, and time-to-market.
Levvel Research’s top industry analysts surveyed hundreds of professionals across various industries to uncover their biggest challenges in meeting business objectives. This executive report highlights the findings specifically from insurance respondents. Our research team found insurance respondents want to innovate—but many feel like their hands are tied by their own industry concerns; namely, ensuring strong security, lowering tech debt, and reducing their dependence on outdated, inefficient systems. In fact, data shows that dependence on legacy systems has a direct impact on an insurance organization’s ability to meet its business goals, revealing a crucial connection between underlying infrastructure, software design, process, culture, and a company’s time-to-market.
This report highlights the symptoms of outdated legacy systems for insurance companies and offers vital business solutions and strategies on modernization and improving business success. Continue on to access our leading insurance executive report and data without the commitment of a subscription or fee.
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Modernization is the digital transformation game-changer—it helps insurance companies maintain competitive parity, allows them to adjust their business and operational models during market disruption (e.g., the need to support remote workforces due to the COVID-19 pandemic), and perhaps most importantly, it improves a company’s ability to build and improve their products and better serve their customers.
Research Senior Manager, Levvel
Managing Director, Commercial, Levvel
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