Wearable technology will be particularly disintermediating
for certain existing healthcare solutions that are static an inflexible compared to what is expected to evolve as the healthcare and ICT industries merge in this segment.
If the fear of disintermediating
brokers is keeping insurers from seeing how they should be using Internet technology to support their brokers, they may be missing the bigger picture.
banks, Prosper's model allows consumers to directly benefit, both on the lending and borrowing sides.
Pooosh is a unique software service that offers a sustainable and profitable revenue model by disintermediating
the current mobile services supply chain.
6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The peer-to-peer lending marketplace is viewed by many as a means of disintermediating
and/or replacing banks as lenders.
In essence, the focus on online wealth management services has changed from disintermediating
the human advisors to arming those human advisors to play a central role in their clients' day-to-day money management.
However, their dominance is threatened by disintermediating
technologies such as Network Function Virtualization (NFV) and Software Defined Networks (SDN).
Utilizing a secure, open and interoperable system, Spectrum is committed to building a robust network of both billers and consumers through strategic alliances without disintermediating
pharma: the pivotal new research role of payers in proving the value of emerging technologies
Our relationship with Paytrust demonstrates Spectrum's commitment to our participants to build a robust network of both billers and consumers through strategic alliances without disintermediating
These critical distinctions, and the fact that Vonata is not disintermediating
the business and consumer relationship are key to scaling adoption.
Using ActiveMarket, 3M is able to create automated marketing campaigns to proactively drive customers to the site, enabling 3M to dynamically present personalized content to influence purchases without disintermediating
its channel partners.