New LIMRA research finds nearly half of employers use technology for benefits enrollment, yet few (22 percent) take advantage of technology for benefits education and communication (slide).
Technology has transformed how insurance brokers sell employee benefits to employers.
New LIMRA research finds that more than half of employers still DO NOT have technology to handle annual benefits enrollment or insurance benefits administration (53 percent and 64 percent respectfully).
WINDSOR, Conn., March 30, 2016 – LIMRA today announced the winners of its contest to recognize the top 25 Rising Stars of Distribution under 40 in the financial services industry.
Marketing Group Insurance and Health Care Benefits: Trends and Insights -- Phase Two (2001)
Social media is becoming a common communication vehicle in the financial services industry.
Emerging technologies have the potential to impact all areas of the financial services industry. But while all may have an impact on our industry, what will that impact be? Which technologies will shake our industry, and which will cause just ripples?
In new benefits research from LIMRA, 53 percent of employees said they spend less than one hour reviewing benefits information during their company’s open enrollment period.
LIMRA has established an advisory council to explore opportunities in the life insurance and retirement sectors to use blockchain technology.