Making life insurance personal
NEW YORK CITY (May 2, 2018) - Personalization is a significant opportunity for life insurance carriers looking to revolutionize their relationships with customers. In this article, Montoux takes a closer look at some key themes, with examples carriers can aspire to.
Customers have long been thought to begrudgingly purchase life insurance protection, either as a rite of passage or something an agent or other perceived authority has advised them to do. The nurturing of a customer relationship is not something that has been required of the carrier, as it has traditionally sat with agents working to earn their commission. This lack of an engaged relationship has led to a culture of disconnect, distrust and even resentment toward the carrier companies, and without an agent’s care can lead to lapses in premium payments and ultimately lack of coverage.
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