This year has seen many changes in the way we all do business. One positive change is how DFP are transforming the way insurance companies assess and rate their customers’ risk profiles using Risk Alerts, our data-insight product for small commercial business.
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On a balmy, September evening in London I attended a round table dinner, joined by a motley crew of actuaries, underwriters, CEOs of venture capital firms, data scientists and innovation-in-insurance experts.
Since its inception, insurance has been a data-driven industry.
Having analysed your existing book to profile your ‘perfect customer’, aligned your risk appetite and identified those most likely to close, how do you then prioritise the best leads from among 5.7 million UK SMEs? Where do you start?
Along with Artificial intelligence (AI), automation has the ability to transform insurance for Small & Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs).
There has been a move away from static data towards live data in many areas of financial services.
Euler Hermes, the world’s leading trade credit insurer and part of the Allianz group, recently started to work with award-winning insurtech, DFP.