As Hurricane Florence makes landfall, Matt Perry talks about how GIS and social media are combining with insurers’ internal capabilities to improve CAT claims operations.
The Alliance combines Numerati Partners’ technical capabilities, engineering expertise, and risk technology expertise with Guy Carpenter’s insurance risk management expertise.
The model captures the effects of straight-line winds and hail, enabling companies to assess their risk from the local scale to the macro level on insured properties, in 22 countries.
Insurers should consider an enterprise location strategy as an important element of their overall business strategy.
A successor to CATRADER, the application estimates the loss potential of reinsurance contracts and portfolios, industry loss warranties, and insurance-linked securities.
RQE models for wildfire, severe convective storms and inland floods now capture the full risk spectrum and are available via flexible delivery options.
Built on the program administrator model, Bamboo uses technology to drive ‘reimagined’ processes characterized by transparency and advocacy.
Whatever the actual size of the total insurance market opportunity, the impact of current and future applications for aerial and drone images in insurance will be enormous.
The Global Insurance Accelerator alumnus company’s platform allows insurance carriers to monitor clients’ evolving operations and assess risk on an ongoing basis.
The latest technology empowers insurers to segment and optimize their existing portfolio, identify new opportunities, and offer truly connected policies.