The audience of more than 850 decision makers representing 40 countries from 6 continents confirmed again that DIA is the single most important insurtech event worldwide for C-level and C-1 executives and change agents in the insurance sector.
Companies represented include AEGON, Ageas, AlfaStrakhovanie, Allianz, Alm.Brand, AmTrust, Anbang, AON, AVIVA, AXA, Baloise, Barmenia, BNP Paribas Cardif, Cathay Life, CNP, DAS, Deutsche Rueck, Die Mobiliar, DKV, ERGO, Generali, Gjensidige, Gothaer, Hannover Re, Helsana, Hiscox, If P&C, LV=, MetLife, Munich Re, NN Group, Sberbank Insurance, Sompo Japan, Swiss Re, Triglav, VidaCaixa, Willis Towers Watson, XL Catlin and Zurich.
DIAmond Award winners
The many insurers and insurtech investors in the DIA audience awarded six insurtechs the DIAmond Award for insurtech with most strategic impact (in random order):
Ladder (USA): Digital term life insurance.
Friss (Netherlands): Fraud detection and risk mitigation for non-life.
Hover (USA): Property claims and inspections via smartphone photos.
Sentiance (Belgium): Moving from IoT to IoU with context-aware assistance.
Sherpa (UK / Malta): A 360 new and smart insurance concept.
Backbase (Netherlands): Omni channel customer engagement platform.
In total we had selected 60 insurtechs to present their solutions at DIA Amsterdam; among others Abracar (Germany), Amodo (Croatia), BIMA (Sweden), Boundlss (Australia), Cytora (UK), Dacadoo (Switzerland), eSignLive (Canada), GetmeIns (Israel), Guardtime (Estonia), Kevinsured (Spain), NuvaLaw (South Africa) PolicyPal (Singapore), Qover (Belgium), Reply.ai (USA), RightIndem (UK), Skyglyph (Bulgaria), SnapSure and Kasko (Germany), Tribe (Norway) and Youse (Brazil).
The idea of DIA is to set the stage for the most important digital developments in the years to come. The live demos made clear that insurance is at the brink of massive customer centric change. Many of the insurtechs at DIA presented applications that enhance operational excellence as well as drive customer engagement.