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Big Data But Why Small at Home

Big Data But Why Small at Home

The Institute and Faculty of Actuaries published an article earlier this month. The piece explores technology and big data implications for the UK insurance industry. We unpick the institute’s opinion first regarding marketing and administration.

Skills for Future Insurance Success

Skills for Future Insurance Success

Ernst and Young produced what they call a ‘deliberately provocative’, but reasoned point of view regarding skills requirements in UK life, pensions and health insurance, in 2020 (and beyond).

Coffice Rising to New Work Opportunities

Coffice Rising to New Work Opportunities

Chatting with fellow students over late-night mugs of coffee are among our happiest memories. Our team spirit was strong as our creative juices flowed together.

New recruits mark expansion for Auger

New recruits mark expansion for Auger

Auger, the market-leading independent drainage and water supply pipe specialist, based on the Wirral, has taken on a team of new employees, expanding every part of the business. The Wallasey company, which serves the UK-wide insurance industry, has made significant investment into its business in recent months, with a move to a new £1.2million headquarters. [...]

Nesta’s Top 21st  Century Skills

Nesta’s Top 21st Century Skills

We found nuggets of rich data in Nesta’s report, regarding the future of UK skills in the Fourth Industrial Revolution. The three previous ones freed us from animal power, enabled mass production, and brought digital to billions of people.

Are Robots Such a Taxing Matter?

Are Robots Such a Taxing Matter?

We have reached a defining moment in the evolution of automation. The Meriam-Webster Dictionary still regards a robot as ‘a machine that looks like a human being, and performs various complex acts’ … also ‘a similar but fictional machine whose lack of capacity for human emotions is often emphasized.’ However, it now concedes a robot