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Cloverleaf Analytics, an Austin, Texas-based provider of insurance-specific enterprise business intelligence (BI) software, has announced updates to the latest release of the BI and analytics platform.
Cloverleaf’s platform updates, which the vendor says are focused largely on improving speed and security, include a significant data architecture upgrade that enhances data load capabilities to reduce overall data entry times and the introduction of stronger data encryption, according to a Cloverleaf statement. The update also includes the addition of Cloverleaf Pro Studio, which helps users manage code translations, extend databases (adding fields), manage validations, and review logs, all from a web front-end.
“As we’ve seen since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, customer needs are constantly evolving, and technology must be kept up-to-date to handle new circumstances and situations at a moment’s notice,” comments Rob Clark, president and CEO, Cloverleaf. “The upgrades included in this new release of the Cloverleaf BI platform further streamline some important capabilities for users.”
Other significant enhancements included in this new release of the Cloverleaf platform include the following, as described in the vendor statement:
- Support for new analytics applications focusing on specific insurance operations;
- A more powerful Extract-Transform-Load (ETL) engine for better functionality, stability, and integration capabilities;
- Upgraded logic for hierarchical, top-down, and flat totaling; and
- More advanced error detection and problem resolution.
“In an environment where insurers must rely on remote access and mobile/work-from-home (WFH) employees, the Cloverleaf BI platform provides unparalleled business visualizations which help insurers identify potential risk or exposure across any book of business,” the vendor statement says. “The Cloverleaf BI platform is the only insurance BI solution on the market today which lets customers analyze data from internal and external sources in a single report without any development work.”