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Digital Platform and Augmentation Suite (DPAS) in Insurance BPS – Provider Landscape with Services PEAK Matrix® Assessment 2022

Top Digital Platform and Augmentation Suite (DPAS) Services in Insurance BPS

As insurance BPS industry shifts from arbitrage-first to digital model, insurers increasingly seek to understand digital capabilities of service providers. Disruptions in customer preferences and insurers’ growing needs to move faster have led to a significant change in the sourcing strategy as well. In order to pivot operations in such times, digital solutions offered by BPS providers helped in enhancing speed of delivery, reducing turn-around times, improving accuracy, and the quality of products. Such transformation projects helped in simplifying the insurance process by optimizing support functions across the value chain.

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What is in this PEAK Matrix® Report:

This report evaluates:

  • The relative positioning of 15 providers on Everest Group’s PEAK Matrix® for DPAS in insurance operations
  • Providers’ market impact
  • Providers’ vision and capabilities across key dimensions

In this research, we assess 15 insurance BPS providers featured on the DPAS in Insurance BPS PEAK Matrix&®. Each provider profile offers details of the provider’s service focus, key Intellectual Property (IP) / solutions, domain investments, and case studies.

Scope:

  • Industry: industry-specific insurance BPS, including both P&C and L&P line of businesses
  • In this report, we cover the vertical-specific insurance BPS market. We do not cover horizontal business processes, such as Finance and Accounting (F&A), Human Resources (HR), procurement, and contact center
  • Geography: global
  • The assessment is based on Everest Group’s annual RFI process for the calendar year 2022, interactions with leading insurance BPS providers, client reference checks, and an ongoing analysis of the insurance BPS market

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What is the PEAK Matrix®?

The PEAK Matrix® provides an objective, data-driven assessment of service and technology providers based on their overall capability and market impact across different global services markets, classifying them into three categories: Leaders, Major Contenders, and Aspirants.

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What’s Ahead After a Decade of Digital Transformation? | Webinar

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What's Ahead After a Decade of Digital Transformation?

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In 2013, the term digital transformation gained dominant mindshare across leading companies and has since been a priority for over a decade. The next decade promises to be dramatically different – with exciting new opportunities and critical challenges that enterprises will need to deeply understand, as they rethink their digital transformation strategies.

Join this webinar as our analysts share perspectives on what’s in store for the digital transformation industry and provide recommendations and best practices on how to keep pace with exponential technologies such as web 3.0, metaverse, and quantum computing.

What questions will the webinar answer for the participants?

  • What will digital transformation look like over the next decade?
  • What opportunities and capabilities are needed to serve this industry?
  • How will technologies, processes, and business networks evolve?
  • What were the pitfalls witnessed in the last decade, and how can we avoid them in the next decade?

Who should attend?

  • CEOs
  • CIOs
  • CTOs
  • Chief digital officers
  • Chief data officers
  • Head of cloud
  • Head of CX
  • Head of digital strategy
  • Head of digital consulting

3 Tips for Managing Perpetual Change from Software-defined Operating Platforms

Over the past seven years, almost all large companies made substantial progress in implementing digital transformation across a wide variety of functions. At the core of those enormous investments and efforts was building software-defined operating platforms, which put companies on a trajectory to fundamentally change how they operate their business. However, studies show many companies (70%) failed or underperformed against their digital transformation objectives. In this blog, I’ll discuss three tips for how to avoid that outcome and, instead, reap the significant benefits of software-defined operating platforms.

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Conversational AI Technology Vendor Landscape with Products PEAK Matrix® Assessment 2022

Top Conversational AI Technology Vendors

Conversational AI is a network of advanced technologies and solutions that integrate and communicate with each other to share information across systems. Enterprises show a greater propensity to leverage these solutions to provide superior CX, drive customer acquisition, and create market differentiation. Businesses across the globe are realizing the importance of conversational AI solutions to serve customers across different industries on a spectrum of digital channels and fulfill enterprise needs as well as support internal processes such as HR support, IT helpdesk, sales, F&A, and marketing.

Conversational AI providers are addressing the rising demand by introducing new capabilities while strengthening their existing ones and by further strengthening their products to be more holistic and accessible to a wider audience for varying use cases. With the growing impact of conversational AI platforms, it becomes critical for an enterprise to pick solutions that meet their current business requirements with further room to accommodate future needs.

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What is in this PEAK Matrix® Report:

The report assesses the conversational AI technology vendor landscape across various dimensions:

  • Everest Group’s PEAK Matrix® evaluation
  • Competitive landscape
  • Remarks on key strengths and limitations for each vendor

In this research, we assess 26 conversational AI technology vendors featured and categorize them based on their capabilities and market offerings. The research will help buyers select right-fit technology vendors for their needs and enable providers to benchmark themselves against each other.

Scope:

  • All industries and geographies
  • This assessment is based on our annual RFI process for the calendar year 2021, interactions with leading conversational AI technology vendors, client reference checks, and ongoing analysis of the conversational AI market

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What is the PEAK Matrix®?

The PEAK Matrix® provides an objective, data-driven assessment of service and technology providers based on their overall capability and market impact across different global services markets, classifying them into three categories: Leaders, Major Contenders, and Aspirants.

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Digital Adoption Platforms (DAP) Products PEAK Matrix® Assessment with Technology Vendor Landscape 2022

Top Digital Adoption Platforms (DAP) Products and Technology Vendors

Digital Adoption Platforms (DAPs) play a vital role in enabling digital transformation for organizations globally. The year 2021 was eventful for the DAP market, with enterprises looking for solutions to meet the demand for new technologies to complement the hybrid work model. They realized the importance of customer and user experience and implemented DAPs to achieve business goals such as employee efficiency, ease of training, fewer support tickets and lower costs, higher customer satisfaction scores, improved trial conversion, and minimal customer churn.

On the supply side, DAP vendors invested heavily in enhancing their product capabilities and global reach to better serve their clients. DAP technologies are evolving, with offerings including user behavior analytics, integrated chatbots, automation, data validation, robust content management, knowledge search and aggregation, and enhanced content editing options.

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What is in this PEAK Matrix® Report:

This PEAK Matrix® report covers the following topics:

  • Everest Group’s PEAK Matrix® evaluation of DAP technology vendors and their categorization into Leaders, Major Contenders, and Aspirants
  • Competitive landscape of the DAP technology vendor market
  • Key enterprise sourcing considerations (strengths and limitations) for each of the 20 technology vendors evaluated

In this report, we evaluate 20 DAP technology vendors in terms of their DAP products, vision & capability, and market impact and position them on Everest Group’s PEAK Matrix® as Leaders, Major Contenders, and Aspirants. The research will help buyers select the right-fit technology vendors for their needs, while technology vendors will be able to benchmark themselves against each other. 

Scope:

  • All industries and geographies

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What is the PEAK Matrix®?

The PEAK Matrix® provides an objective, data-driven assessment of service and technology providers based on their overall capability and market impact across different global services markets, classifying them into three categories: Leaders, Major Contenders, and Aspirants.

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ServiceNow Services PEAK Matrix® Assessment 2022

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Until a few years ago, enterprises expected ServiceNow to help them manage digital workflows such as IT Service Management (ITSM) and IT Operations Management (ITOM). Today, enterprises expect stakeholder-centric, automation-focused, and data-/outcome-driven integrated solutions with an emphasis on stakeholder experience, even in a multi-channel, complex portfolio. Enterprises are deriving higher business value by reimagining processes and integrating ServiceNow with existing systems of record, systems of engagement, and systems of intelligence.

In response to the changing market landscape, ServiceNow has expanded its portfolio to deliver enterprise solutions, including IT, employee, and customer workflows, to help clients drive business growth, increase resilience, and enhance employee productivity. It has forayed into emerging areas such as CSM, HCM, DevOps, GRC, and security and empowered enterprises to build custom apps on its low-code-powered app engine. It has invested in building industry solutions to provide out-of-the-box resolutions and expedite the time-to-market for enterprises.

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What is in this PEAK Matrix® Report:

This report features detailed assessments, including strengths and limitations, of 25 providers that focus on ServiceNow services.

In this research, we provide a detailed assessment of 25 providers featured on the ServiceNow Services PEAK Matrix® Assessment 2022 and categorize them as Leaders, Major Contenders, and Aspirants based on their capabilities and offerings. Each profile provides a comprehensive picture of the provider’s focus areas, key Intellectual Property (IP) / solutions, and domain investments.

  • The assessment is based on Everest Group’s annual RFI process for the calendar year 2021, interactions with leading providers, client reference checks, and an ongoing analysis of the ServiceNow services market
  • All industries and geographies

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What is the PEAK Matrix®?

The PEAK Matrix® provides an objective, data-driven assessment of service and technology providers based on their overall capability and market impact across different global services markets, classifying them into three categories: Leaders, Major Contenders, and Aspirants.

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Machine Learning Operations (MLOps) – Technology Provider Landscape with Products PEAK Matrix® Assessment 2022

Top Machine Learning Operations (MLOps) Technology Providers

As data volumes increase exponentially, enterprises are adopting AI and ML capabilities to gain business insights and make decisions. However, enterprises face several challenges in deploying ML models to production. As a result, enterprises are leveraging Machine Learning Operations (MLOps) for their deployment, monitoring, and collaboration needs to improve the quality and relevance of ML model results, achieve business-oriented outcomes, and enhance stakeholder experience. MLOps is a growing market, rapidly evolving in terms of product features, architecture, training and support, deployment options, partner ecosystem, and commercial models. Technology providers can help enterprises succeed in their AI/ML transformation journeys by implementing MLOps across the enterprise.

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What is in this PEAK Matrix® Report:

This report features:

  • Everest Group’s PEAK Matrix® evaluation of Machine Learning Operations technology providers and their categorization into Leaders, Major Contenders, and Aspirants
  • An overview of Machine Learning Operations and key challenges in scaling AI
  • Key ML platform technology trends
  • A detailed assessment of the strengths and limitations of 18 Machine Learning Operations technology providers in terms of their market impact and vision & capability

In this research, we present detailed profiles and assessments of 18 technology providers featured on Everest Group’s Machine Learning Operations Products PEAK Matrix® 2022. Each profile provides a comprehensive picture of the technology provider’s size and scope of business, product capabilities, partnerships, domain investments, and case studies.

Scope:

  • The assessment is based on Everest Group’s annual RFI process for the calendar year 2022, interactions with leading MLOps providers, client reference checks, and an ongoing analysis of the MLOps products landscape
  • All industries and geographies

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What is the PEAK Matrix®?

The PEAK Matrix® provides an objective, data-driven assessment of service and technology providers based on their overall capability and market impact across different global services markets, classifying them into three categories: Leaders, Major Contenders, and Aspirants.

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The Era of “Industrialization of Experience” Is Heralding the Metaverse and Web 3.0 Revolution: Are You Embracing It? | Blog

The advent of Web 3.0 is creating exciting new opportunities for Banking, Financial Services, and Insurance (BFSI) firms who invest in digital technologies to deliver next-generation customer engagement and enter the metaverse. To learn more about enterprises taking the lead in piloting metaverse and Web 3.0, read on.   

With Web 2.0 laying the foundation for unique customer interactions, BFSI firms are increasingly adopting an omnichannel approach as industry trends indicate consumer mindshare often translates into wallet share. Driven by consumer demand for newer experiences as well as the limited potential for further innovation in Web 2.0, industry leaders are looking at Web 3.0 as the future.

Let’s explore how Web 3.0 is enabling firms to evolve from customer interactions to engaging customer experiences in a connected ecosystem.

Defining Web 3.0 and metaverse

Web 3.0 is the next phase of web hyperscale systems built on decentralized, autonomous, and distributed technologies. It enables decentralized protocols and technology stacks that can be used to build new communities and economies such as metaverse.

Movement over the past seven years toward Web 3.0 stalled because of the lack of superior computing power availability and supporting systems to drive sustained momentum. Now, with changing consumer behavior following the pandemic, the rush toward digitalization has taken off.

The need to build differentiated experiences backed by the rapid maturity of cloud-based processes and overall sophistication of systems supporting the digital agenda are healthy signs for the next wave of innovation based on Web 3.0 – metaverse.

Metaverse is a persistent immersive mega virtual smart space, akin to a universe, where people have seamless digital experiences that can extend to the real world.

Metaverse creates a virtual community that can provide immersive client experiences, collaborations, and employee trainings. To meet this demand, technology and services providers need to invest in next-generation technologies such as cloud, Artificial Intelligence (AI), and blockchain to extract the best out of Web 3.0.

Today’s metaverse is focused on allowing users to build a digital imitation of the physical world, leverage mixed reality devices to engage in various activities, conduct commercial transactions using digital assets, and drive collaboration and engagement through virtual events.

Web 3.0 and metaverse will enable next-generation experiences and alter economic and business models. Excitement about the potential significantly outweighs concerns.

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Exhibit 1: Everest Group

Pioneers piloting Web 3.0

Leading financial services players have started piloting Web 3.0 concepts and experimenting with metaverse to test the market response. We believe this marks the start of an evolutionary change that will undergo multiple refinements rather than be revolutionary.

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Exhibit 2: Everest Group

Most use cases we see are capitalizing on the following modular demand themes:

Banking:

  • Financial products and asset classes in the metaverse
  • Customer management through immersive technologies
  • Virtual branch inception
  • Affiliates and partnerships in the digital world

Financial services:

  • Portfolio management and client enablement
  • Front, middle, and back-office efficiency
  • Trade lifecycle management in the metaverse
  • Digital asset custody services
  • Decentralized brokerage systems

Insurance:

  • Decentralized insurance services
  • Risk profiling
  • Claim processing
  • Restructured underwriting services

Where is the market moving with regulations?

Despite the recent efforts, policymakers still need to be convinced to embrace the new possibilities of Web 3.0 to make it real for banking consumers and investors. Web 3.0 and allied technologies, such as metaverse, require a novel approach to regulatory thinking. Many governing bodies grapple with the nuances around Web 3.0 and the challenges it manifests. Governance and interoperability are critical elements to successfully scale Web 3.0 and metaverse.

Addressing these three regulatory areas can kickstart the formal growth of Web 3.0:

  • Investor protection – With blockchain-based transactions picking up pace, preventing fraudulent actions and safeguarding investors’ interests has become a priority for organizations such as the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC)
  • Privacy and disclosures – The intricacies around the nature and type of disclosures and the effect these may have on individual privacy could have serious implications as this technology gains momentum
  • Jurisdictional concerns – The key concerns around decentralized internet are around control, individual laws applied, and interpretations across different markets

The new computing possibilities of Web 3.0 has the potential to dynamically impact the BFSI industry structure. Data decentralization and democratization can bring investment opportunities to enterprises as well as IT providers. To seize this potential, technology and services providers must invest in cloud, AI, and blockchain to realize the many benefits Web 3.0 can deliver.

At Everest Group, we are closely tracking the developments in BFSI based on metaverse – both from the demand and supply side. For more insights, see our report, Future of Financial Services – Web 3.0, Metaverse, and Decentralized Finance, which sheds light on the future of financial services in the Web 3.0 and metaverse era.

We would like to hear your thoughts on Web 3.0 and metaverse and its growing adoption in the BFSI industry. Please reach out to us with your inputs at [email protected], or [email protected]

Listen to our experts as they deliver their perspectives on Web 3.0 and Metaverse and provide actionable insights to enterprises, service providers, and technology vendors in our webinar, Web 3.0 and Metaverse: Implications for Sourcing and Technology Leaders.

Value Stream Management: A Progression to Agile and DevOps | Blog

During the digital transformation journey, a Global 2000 enterprise uses more than 150 software solutions and tools on average to support its product or services delivery. Despite the huge investment, the value realized from this technology is still unclear to most enterprises. Read on to understand the importance of measuring the value delivered by software applications or products with value stream management (VSM) and our 4D framework to implement it.

More than 90% of enterprises have adopted agile development methods in some shape or form, and DevOps adoption is on the rise. But surprisingly, less than 20% consider themselves highly mature agile enterprises. These few have adopted a Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) to implement agile and DevOps practices across the enterprise with some having DevSecOps and BizDevOps processes for product development. Even then, enterprises are unable to track and measure the organizational-wide technology value. Most of the remaining 80% have agile and DevOps adoption in pockets, making it tougher to align outcomes and realize meaningful benefits.

With the increasing investment overload and absence of tangible outcomes, the critical importance of delivering and realizing value is gaining enterprise attention. Concerted efforts for defining, measuring, and enabling value are needed.

Agile and DevOps adoption is considered by many as the ultimate step toward digital transformation. However, enterprises must realize it is just a starting stage for continuously tracking, measuring, realigning, and improving digital solutions’ outcomes and value. This is where the concept of value stream management (VSM) becomes pertinent.

Before we delve deeper into what VSM is, let’s understand what VSM is NOT.

People often use value stream management and Value Stream Mapping interchangeability, which is thoroughly misleading. The two are related but not the same.

Exhibit 1: Differences between value stream management and value stream mapping

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As the graphic above illustrates, Value Stream Mapping is an activity or a subset of VSM. The value streams and processes are defined during Value Stream Mapping and act as an initial step for effective outcomes from value stream management. VSM focuses on a data-centric approach to decision making and promotes a culture of innovation and improvement through a continuous feedback loop and collaboration.

Now that we are clear on what VSM is not, let’s delve deeper into what VSM is, why enterprises need it, and how to adopt it.

Value stream management – the next step in the enterprise agile journey

In an enterprise setup, there are broadly two sets of value streams – operational and development.

Operational value streams or business value streams comprise the processes and people who deliver the value to the end user by leveraging systems or solutions created by the development value streams. Operational value streams are defined by the nature of the business and its business unit. Some examples of operational value streams are product manufacturing, software product sales and support, order fulfillment, and support functions.

Development value streams or IT value streams consist of the systems and software developers, product managers, and other IT practitioners who design, build, deploy, and maintain systems/solutions. These systems/solutions are used by either internal customers (members of the operational value stream) or external customers who are direct buyers and users. The definition of processes or steps in the development value stream is standardized and runs in parallel with the phases of the Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC) – plan, build, release, and operate.

For example, order fulfillment in a software product company is one operational value stream involving different teams and processes – from sales enablement, licensing, and provisioning to customer support and renewals. These teams require software systems like a Customer Relationship Management (CRM) portal, service management platform, license management systems, etc., to support their processes. The development value streams will be aligned to build and support each of these software systems, enabling the operational teams to deliver the product effectively.

The SAFe principles apply to the development value streams. However, enterprises currently focus SAFe implementation efforts on delivering good products or solutions with agility versus delivering customer value. To deliver value along with agility, adopting VSM in the development value streams should be the next step. This will act as a management layer enabling more data-driven decision making at the SDLC level. VSM also can be extended to operational value streams.

Today the focus for VSM has expanded to the enterprise level bringing the delivery and operational value streams closer.

Making the business case for value stream management adoption

Aligning development value streams to the objectives of operational value streams is key to delivering optimum value to the end customer. VSM platforms connect people, processes, and technology across the SDLC and can be extended to integrate heterogeneous value streams across the enterprise.

Some of the key benefits enterprises stand to achieve with a successful VSM approach are:

  • Identify value streams, organize people, and perform cost-benefit analysis during product discovery
  • Make data-driven investment decisions and prioritize product delivery based on end-to-end visibility
  • Improve the value delivery strategy based on real-time metrics

While we understand the need for VSM in enterprises, implementing it in a structured manner to gain maximum value delivery is equally important.

Implementing VSM effectively using the 4D framework

Below is a recommended starting approach:

Determine the current state of value flow and define value streams at an enterprise level, starting with identifying the operational value streams and the respective development value streams. Align the operational and development value streams to the final value to be delivered by the value stream. Identify current system behaviors and interdependencies.

Design value stream maps to achieve the future state of value flow right from ideation to the value delivery stage. Organize teams to value streams by bringing together the right stakeholders accountable for each value stream step for a mapping exercise to decide steps, handoffs, and metrics.

Deploy VSM tools to connect all value stream parts to measure the flow of value in real time using metrics that track the time, velocity, load, and workflow efficiency. Expand to integrate with other value streams as necessary. Providers like Digital.ai, ConnectALL, Micro Focus, Plutora, and Tasktop offer VSM tools to consider.

Demonstrate continuous improvement in value delivery by using real-time insights from flow metrics as feedback to realign the strategy to increase throughput, efficiency, and value stream productively. Continuously measuring flow metrics gives all stakeholders end-to-end visibility to make informed decisions on investments and prioritization.

This 4D framework is a starting point to implement VSM. Additional factors like talent, governance, organizational culture, etc., can further optimize the value delivery through VSM. Adopting a performance-oriented, highly cooperative, and risk-sharing-based environment will enable smooth VSM implementation.

With growing enterprise investments in agile and DevOps adoption for software development, it will be interesting to see how adding a VSM layer will change the value measurement and value delivery game in upcoming years. Stay tuned for our upcoming blog further exploring the enterprise VSM adoption roadmap.

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