openIDL Pilot Delivers First-Ever Advantages
for Insurance Regulatory Reporting

August 17, 2021

American Association of Insurance Services (AAIS) announced that its initial Proof of Concept (POC) for the open Insurance Data Link (openIDL) demonstrated that it can dramatically improve both the output and process of insurance regulatory reporting for insurers and regulators. Deployed for a COVID-19 regulatory data call, the blockchain/distributed ledger technology generated previously unattainable insights, quickly, while maintaining data privacy and security. Press release.
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Insureblocks podcast: AIS’ OpenIDL joins the Linux Foundation

May 2, 2021

Joan Zerkovich – Senior Vice President, Operations at AAIS (American Association of Insurance Services) and Brian Behlendorf, Executive Director of Hyperledger at the Linux Foundation join Walid Al Saqqaf, Insureblock podcast host to announce the openIDL Linux Foundation Project.

Linux Foundation Hosts Collaboration Among World’s Largest Insurance Companies

Apr 12, 2021

openIDL platform provides a standardized data repository streamlining regulatory reporting and enabling the delivery of next-gen risk and insurance applications

New Linux Foundation project takes blockchain and the open source approach to the insurance industry

Apr 12, 2021

The Open Insurance Data Link platform and project aims to create a standard data repository and create a connection point for third-party developers.

Linux Foundation launches blockchain-based platform for insurance

Apr 13, 2021

The Linux Foundation and the American Association of Insurance Services are co-launching a blockchain-based platform to help the insurance industry.

Linux Foundation, Insurance Group Roll Out Platform to Cut Costs Using DLT

Apr 13, 2021

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Linux Foundation, Insurance Group Roll Out Platform to Cut Costs Using DLT
Besides cutting costs, the project aims to provide a standardized data repository for insurance analytics.