7. Conclusions

By Martín Serrano, NUIG-Insight, Ireland, martin.serrano@insight-centre.org | Bardia Khorsand, NUIG-Insight, Ireland | John Soldatos, INNOV, Cyprus | Ernesto Troiano, GFT, Italy | Juergen Neises, FTSG, Germany | Pavlos Kranas, LXS, Spain | Kostis Perakis, UBI, Greece | Alessandro Mamelli, HPE, Italy | Ignacio Elicegui, ATOS, Spain | Dimosthenis Kyriazis, UPRC, Greece | George Makridis, UPRC, Greece | Gisela Sanchez, FI, France | Marina Cugurra, GFT, Italy

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© 2023 Martín Serrano | Bardia Khorsand | John Soldatos | Ernesto Troiano | Juergen Neises | Pavlos Kranas | Kostis Perakis | Alessandro Mamelli | Ignacio Elicegui | Dimosthenis Kyriazis | George Makridis | Gisela Sanchez | Marina Cugurra

Abstract

This book provides an easy way to understand the design principles and the overall process of the INFINITECH project, it can be considered as a handbook of the INFINITECH Way. Whit ever-increasing changes in the landscape of finance and insurance sector, technologies towards more human-centric applications are being developed. With ثف advancement of technologies, fin-tech and Insurance-tech business models are being re-defined. We explain the INFINITECH Way in simple words, enhancing the state of the art by introducing the design principles and basic metrics. We demonstrate the practicality and applications of INFINITECH Way in multiple areas.