Earlier this year, UK financial authorities published their final policy statements for operational resiliency. Though the process started in 2018, events such as the pandemic and escalating cyberattacks greatly influenced these policies. Even though organisations and financial systems have been able to get through such rough patches, it was not because they are supremely […]
By Riaan Bekker, Force Solutions Manager, thryve The impact of technology often comes up in conversations I have, usually about how it’s changing things. People fret about ideas such as digital disruption or being replaced by technological efficiency. Concerns like those are valid. Disintermediation is something that many service-based industries should be worried about. […]
Streamlining your job starts with understanding where things are breaking down. People, technology – even the data itself – can inhibit your ability to get the information you need to manage risk effectively. Here are five steps from Riskonnect to help unlock the flow of information throughout your risk ecosystem. thryve is the African partner to […]
thryve Customer Story RTT is one of South Africa’s top logistics companies, moving thousands of deliveries every day to satisfied customers both inside SA and beyond her borders. Part of these operations includes insuring cargo as well as processing claims related to such insurance. The challenge: Due to its international footprint as well […]
Tony van Niekerk of COVER talks tech with Riaan Bekker, Force Solutions Manager at Thryve, more specifically Platforms. In a recent article in COVER magazine, Riaan mentioned that platforms are perfect for the Insurance industry. To start the ball rolling Tony asked Riaan if he could encapsulate the term platforms.
COVER Magazine interviewed selected delegates from the African Insurance Exchange 2019 held in Sun City – watch what Riaan Bekker, thryve’s Force Solutions Manager, says about the African Insurance Exchange 2019 and what thryve will be talking to insurance professionals about.
If you catch a flight a decade from now, chances are very good that your trip will be flown by artificial intelligence. Even if there is a pilot, they’ll be aided by an AI assistant that monitors everything and reports problems if they occur, sometimes responding automatically.