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We have launched this website to share our passion with other Algerians and/or anyone interested in Insurtech in Algeria

"The best way to predict the future is to create it"
Peter drucker
Influential thinker on management

Insurtech as a subset of fintech

It’s the technology that lies behind the creation, distribution and administration of insurance business.

Smartphone apps, wearables, claims processing tools, online policy handling and automated processing are all insurtech.

Insurtech is useful for collecting and analysing customer data to provide a better service

Disruptive innovation

Digital-first insurtechs are challenging inefficiencies and reducing costs across the insurance industry.

Insurtechs are  notably helping companies improve customer journeys and experiences.

Older technologies used by traditional players are more product focused.

Insurtech is build around specific technologies

From Artificial intelligence to blockchain via Robotics and Internet of things, new technologies to offer better tailored products via new channels to clients.

Recent developments

Data science

Data Science in the insurance industry helps insurers to develop successful strategies for acquiring new clients, developing tailored products, assessing risks, assisting underwriters, implementing fraud detection systems, and much more. Data science is implemented already


A blockchain is a distributed register to store static records and/or dynamic transaction data without central coordination by using a consensus-based mechanism to check the validity of transactions. Blockchain allow all the parties to the transaction to view and verify the paperwork in real time.

Artificial intelligence

Artificial intelligence refers to the simulation of human intelligence in machines. Machine learning is a specific subset of AI that trains a machine how to learn Data science in insurance allows providers to reduce risk and streamline workflows.

Robotic Process Automation

With an implementation of Robotic Process Automation, insurers can improve back-office processes and customer-facing services, while also transforming the work environment. Large volume claims forms can be carried out with just a third or half of the people needed compared to when the process was manual

Cloud computing

Cloud computing in the insurance industry can allow insurance companies to manage their costs very smoothly. The insurance industry will potentially save a huge amount of money by introducing cloud-based technology

Internet of things

Internet of things allows data to be collected and exchanged continuously across networks, thereby speeding up and optimizing the process of claims, minimizing data duplications, and largely eliminating customer frustration