In the event of unexpected or unforeseen instances, getting instant customer support and claims settlement reduces the potential for customer churn during critical customer touch points. However, these processes are iteratively long and cumbersome. For example, typical claims settlement involves inspection, documentation, submitting documents and proofs, and finally the settlement. Fortunately, all these stages can be transformed with nearly real-time analysis using Augmented Reality (AR) technology. Augmented Reality makes use of real-time digital content like audio, video, text, and images to enhance the real environment.
In fact, not only claims, but AR can also enhance other aspects of insurance like- customer service, damage estimation, remote guidance, and customer education.
Augmented Reality: a solution to the timeless insurance concerns
Augmented reality technology has been in existence since 1968; however, it is only recently that industries have realized its true benefits. Many industries have already adopted AR and VR technologies commercially. For instance, we see VR flight simulators, virtual tours & workspaces, and even AR advertisements.
Now is the time for insurers to leverage this technolog