Sameer is responsible for ecosystem driven business development in the Insurance sector. He is also responsible for the Insurance R&D team in Tieto. In the IT sector he has a long experience of working for the Healthcare and Insurance sectors. Prior to which he worked as a Product Manager and a Brand Manager in the food, processing and packaging industry. He is passionate about translating technology innovations to business realty leading to better quality of human life.
The term ‘micro insurance’ is very common in developing countries and as the name suggests, covers very small risks. Its value proposition is simple and identifiable. Insurance companies find it interesting because despite the lack of any regulatory support, it still has strong consumer pull. More
Insurance business is probably one of the few businesses that has managed to successfully institutionalize the concept of selling fear; fear of a scary tomorrow. A business where consumers pay money upfront for a service or benefit that they may never need. More
Christian mythology pronounces the four horsemen as harbingers of imminent change symbolizing conquest, war, famine and death. Theological interpretation of the same finds its roots in events around the fall of the Roman Empire. Eschatological references apart, let us now talk in the mundane language of business. More
When we think about insurance, the imagery we have is of an ultra-conservative business, best illustrated by pine stripes, dark suites, Times New Roman font face, legal jargon, disclaimers, leather brief case and polished shoes untouched by the radical technology driven changes happening around. However, this stereo typical image is rapidly undergoing a change as a brave new world of insurance is emerging. More
The Young Elderly is a segment of 75 million persons in the Nordics. These comprise of “baby boomers” born after the Second World War who will turn 65 in period till 2030. More