Innovative Firms 2020

Kennedys has continued to develop technology products to “help clients use lawyers less.” This is based on the firm’s core principle that lawyers should be instructed only when they can truly add value and our track record of proven technologies (available on the IQ Platform) that save clients’ “real” money.

This core principle, which sets Kennedys’ apart as a genuine innovator in the insurance industry, underpins all the firm’s innovations, including:

  • Kennedys IQ, a standalone company launched in February 2020 which was designed to combine human and machine intelligence to help global insurance clients manage claims in less time, at a lower cost, and with better outcomes;
  • Kennedys IQ, a data-powered platform that features six smart tools to help clients manage their claims in less time, at a lower cost, and with better outcomes; and
  • Ideas Lab, an internal incubator programme, where employees are rewarded as CEOs of their own technology products.

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