ISO Partners with IDP to Expand Data Partnership Program

Insurers participating in the ISO Preferred Data Partnership program will be able to provide native transactional data on premiums and losses directly to ISO.

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(Jersey City from Manhattan. Photo credit: Jim Henderson.) 

ISO (Jersey City), a business unit of Verisk Analytics (Jersey City) has entered into a strategic alliance with IDP (Wyncote, Pa.), Inc., that expands the ISO Preferred Data Partnership, a program of recent vintage by which ISO collects and refines raw policy data directly from insurers and submits reports on their behalf to regulators across the United States.

Joseph Izzo, SVP, Data Assets and Analytics, ISO.

Joseph Izzo, SVP, Data Assets and Analytics, ISO.

Insurers participating in the ISO Preferred Data Partnership program will be able to provide native transactional data on premiums and losses directly to ISO, according to the vendor. ISO, in collaboration with IDP, will then convert the data into usable information and submit statistical and regulatory reports on insurers’ behalf for both basic reporting requirements and special data calls.

“Reporting data to statistical agents for use in regulatory reporting and analytics can be a major challenge for insurers. And it can be even harder to keep up with the reporting changes required by the various states or data collection organizations,” comments Joseph Izzo, senior VP, ISO Operations. “We look forward to working with IDP in its mission to help carriers improve their operations and redeploy resources by managing the company’s data from collection through submission and helping meet their reporting needs.”

Best-of-Breed Processes, Insight and Discipline

“IDP is thrilled to work with ISO and provide insurers with the decades of experience and expertise that IDP has in bureau reporting and that ISO has as the premier statistical agent for the P&C marketplace,” comments Steven Craig, senior VP, IDP. “Together we will deliver best-of-breed processes, insight, and discipline to an essential function for carriers, regardless of their size.”

“Enhanced service offerings and the strength of our new alliance will be welcomed by carriers as a new and inventive means of greatly improving the overall process and results,” Craig adds.

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Anthony R. O’Donnell // Anthony O'Donnell is Executive Editor of Insurance Innovation Reporter. For over a decade he has been an observer and commentator on the use of information technology in the insurance industry, following industry trends and writing about the use of IT across all sectors of the insurance industry. He can be reached at AnthODonnell@IIReporter.com or (503) 936-2803.

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