Shamik Lala, senior manager, AT Kearney, on two new business models for insurance telematics: integrators versus aggregators
In this video from the Insurance Telematics USA 2012 conference, Shamik Lala, senior manager, AT Kearney, discusses two new business models for insurance telematics: integrators, one customer-facing brand that offers all its services under a single umbrella,versus aggregators, an app store-like platform that supports many different brands.
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