NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Slice Labs Inc. (Slice), a technology company with the first on-demand insurance platform, is the subject of a recent Harvard Business School case collection. The case study, Slice Labs: Creating a Fraud-Free Online Insurance Platformis for educators to inspire students to think about honesty in the context of an online insurance process and to combat fraud in the system.
The opportunity to impact the business problem of insurance fraud engaged the Slice team and influenced the development and maturation of Slice’s insurance cloud services platform and processes. As insurance becomes increasingly automated and digital, where people interact with digital interfaces such as forms and bots, rather than people, honesty is a priority for the Slice team. The case study encourages students to consider potential ways to mitigate fraud through behavioral science.
Max H. Bazerman, Jesse Isidor Straus Professor of Business Administration at Harvard and co-author of this case, and his team have worked with Slice for many years. “Our work with Professor Bazerman over the years is embodied in the platform and continues to inspire new techniques for preventing fraud through behavioral science combined with machine learning and user experience,” said Stuart Baserman, co-founder and CTO of Slice. “It was a pleasure to participate in creating a case with Professor Bazerman and the Harvard team.”
About Slice Labs:
Slice Labs Inc. is building the future of insurance by enabling insurers, MGAs and technology platforms to create smart and intuitive on-demand digital insurance products through Slice’s cloud platform. Founded in 2015 and based in New York, Slice has consistently been recognized as an insurance and technology leader by industry publications, awards and Tier 1 publications. To learn more, visit https://slice.is. Follow Slice on Twitter and LinkedIn.