How technology and innovation is behind the products, people and promises of a better tomorrow!
Join us as we look into the future and understand how technology and innovation is changing the world of motor claims.
- The Future of Distribution
- The Future of Motor Vehicles
- The Future of Digital
- The Future of Arbitration
- Next Generation Telematics
- How Great Leaders Change Lives
- Understanding Artificial Intelligence
Tuesday 4th July 2017
Ricoh Arena, Phoenix Way, Coventry, CV6 6GE
£235 + VAT per person
Conference Speakers 2017
Ant Middle, CEO Ageas Retail – Keynote Speaker
Subject: The Future of Distribution
How the distribution of insurance products will change in the future, how it will impact the claims experience and the importance of claims from a consumer experience perspective.
Chris Ashworth, ILC Chairman – Conference Host
Chris is a hugely influential figure in the world of motor claims and the founder of ILC which he set up in 2011. With over 20 years’ experience of motor claims, Chris is your thought-provoking conference host.
Paul Wishman, VP Global Insurance, CGI
Subject: The Future of Digital
How insurers are reacting to shifts in the digital landscape and what consumers really want from a digital claims experience.
Dan Whitmarsh, M/Six
Subject: The Future of Motor Vehicles
How autonomous vehicles, changes in consumer behaviour and the vehicle manufacturer landscape will impact motor insurance claims.
Mike Brockman, CEO, Insure the Box
Subject: Next Generation Telematics & the Slow Move to Self-Drive
Telematics today, telematics tomorrow, technology and the effect on cars and how will motor insurance survive.
Stuart Baldwin, The Positive Company
Subject: How Great Leaders Change Lives
What drives engagement? How do you to lead people to love work? Why outdated leadership models are badly failing modern business.
David Price, Commercial & Multinational Clients Director, Barclaycard Payment Solutions
Subject: Optimising Claims Through Payment Innovation
Consumers are increasingly more digitally savvy. It means they expect a seamless claims experience. This makes it is essential that insurers deal with claims quickly and effectively.
Panel Debate 1: The Future of Arbitration
Can technology help to remove the friction from the claims process and drive efficiency in the settlement of complex claims?
On the panel are:
Stewart is Founder & Chief Executive, AutoResolutions, a company offering on-line dispute resolution services with the clear aim of reducing frictional cost in relation to claims.
Edwyn van Rooyen
Edwyn is Co-Founder & Chief Operating Officer Executive, Validus. Via its cloud-based solution, verify™, Validus provides a platform upon which third party motor repair and hire claims are transacted.
Kirsty is Head of Claims at Slater Gordon Solutions Motor & Head of Legal Practice at Compass Law Solutions. She is chair of the Credit Hire Organisation and she sits on the ABI GTA Technical Committee.
John is Motor Services Director, Keoghs. He works with clients on developing strategies to reduce indemnity spend in volume motor claims through the implementation of targeted approaches and analysis of market behaviour.
Panel Debate 2: Understanding Artificial Intelligence
What is Artificial Intelligence? How will the technology be used now and in the future to automate the claims process?
On the panel are:
Alex Dalyac, Co-Founder & CEO, Tractable
Tractable designs AI for expert visual tasks. Its product, AI Review, checks thousands of repair estimates every minute. It flags unnecessary repairs, so that experts can review estimates faster and with more accuracy than before.
James Laird, Founder & CEO, Strenuus/CAI
Strenuus is an insuretech company launched in 2015. It seeks to disrupt the insurance market with its innovative application of the latest behavioural science to improve and protect an organisation’s performance, reputation and brand.
Karl Hewiston, ENI
Emergent Network Intelligence (ENI) is based in Newcastle upon Tyne and is the result of a knowledge transfer partnership between ENI and Northumbria University. It uses Artificial Intelligence algorithms, Deep Learning, Big Data technologies to help the motor claims sector reduce the number of days it takes to settle a claim.
Testimonial Videos: Karl Parr and Chris Crook of Ageas
Come and Exhibit
The Motor Claims Conference is a great way to make new customers aware of your products and services.
The Exhibitor Hall is an important part of the conference. It’s is where delegates gather prior to the start and where they return to between presentations and during lunch.
Previous exhibitors all say what a great venue the Ricoh Arena is in term of visitor footfall. Unlike other venues you are right in the centre of the action.
Talk to Rachael Hunt to discuss the benefits of exhibiting and the packages that are available.
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Our Coventry Location
Having held many conferences at the Ricoh Arena, it’s now our second home! Coventry is in the heart of the midlands and only a 20-minute train journey from Birmingham. It’s only 86 miles from London, 80 from Manchester and 80 from Bristol. It’s also easy to access from the MI, M6 and M40.
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Conference Highlights 2017
The 7th ILC Motor Claims Conference addressed Mobility & Vehicle Hire, Personal Injury, Digital Claims, Diversity and a View from the Boardroom.
Joining us were speakers from Aviva, Consumer Intelligence, Direct Line, Keoghs and the Retail Motor Industry Federation (RMI). Some of the highlights are below.