Business Growth

The innovation imperative.

In an increasingly dynamic environment, companies are challenged to innovate. Competition can emerge from any quarter and disruptive technologies are lowering the barriers to entry.

Guy Carpenter assists its clients in developing strategic architectures for sustained competitive advantage – and the new products and distribution channels that will deliver profitable growth over time. We can help you analyze customer requirements, competitive position and pricing dynamics in any major market, and assess how different offerings are likely to perform.

Guy Carpenter’s expertise in distribution systems helps clients reach their targets in innovative ways – often helping them differentiate their products in the process.

Electronic platforms are creating new vectors for product distribution that accelerate market entry and reduce costs. Guy Carpenter’s connections with experts in every facet of the industry and with best-of-breed technology providers can help you supplement – or circumvent – traditional channels.

We can introduce you to solutions that provide more speed and flexibility for your agents and brokers, more information and control for customers, and more data for you. For many Guy Carpenter clients, the data itself informs further product innovation.

Of Note

Poised for Growth.
Guy Carpenter's Ninth Specialty Insurance Program Issuing Carrier Survey, 2014

The survey, which analyzes trends and benchmarks across the Program Administrator and Managing General Agency (PA/MGA) market, asserts that the PA/MGA market continues to thrive, with a positive outlook and growth opportunities expected for the year ahead.

How to change what’s possible without a big IT project.

Guy Carpenter can introduce you to cloud-based transaction platforms that overcome the barriers of legacy systems – while meshing seamlessly with your existing business processes. These solutions enable rapid product evolution and flexible distribution without requiring significant capital investment in new IT systems.

A competitive assessment is our starting point:

What does our client need to deliver in order to gain and maintain competitive advantage?