Insurance Times rounds up the biggest stories from this week

Starting off the week, Applied Systems’ chief revenue officer explained that insurers and software houses must come together to bridge any communication gaps between platforms and extranets.

Industry looking to finally apply itself to eTrading

Then, deputy editor  highlighted how commercial lines digitalisation must accelerate to avoid risks in the future.

Commercial lines digitalisation must accelerate to avoid risks – IS2

Following this, Aviva’s managing director of UK mid-market told junior reporter Chantal Kapani that the insurer is ’constantly trying to listen to feedback’ from broker partners to improve service.

Aviva prioritises internal regional improvements to demonstrate ‘commitment to supporting brokers’

And then reporter Isobel Rafferty discussed how the ’resiliency of threat actors’ in the ransomware arena is ‘noteworthy’.

Reading the ransomware room: Cyber criminals set to ‘attack, shift, re-brand and strike again’ in 2024

Rounding off the week, deputy news editor James Cowen spoke to Biba’s chief executive about how creating an AI regulatory framework could be a ‘significant piece of work’ in 2024.

Creating AI regulatory framework set to be ‘significant piece of work’ in 2024