ISO’s Case in Point reaches final of Insurance Times Awards 2015 — short-listed for Business Partner of the Year

By Tom Johansmeyer November 16, 2015

Leading U.K. insurance publication Insurance Times has announced the short list for its annual industry awards, with ISO in contention for Business Partner of the Year.

After recently taking home the award for Claims Technology Initiative of the Year at the Insurance Times specialist TechAwards, we hope to add the equally prestigious Business Partner of the Year trophy to our cabinet on December 1, 2015, in London, where the awards ceremony will be held.

This new nomination revolves around ISO’s latest analytics offering, Case in Point—part of the ISO Claims Outcome Advisor® (COA ™) suite of products—which offers litigation risk analytics by looking at recent settlement patterns for specific claimant solicitors and drills down to individual fee earners to predict what the risk of litigation will be based on different offer amounts.

Our long-standing customer LV= has provided metrics to demonstrate its quantifiable success with Case in Point, which we hope will impress a judging panel comprising executives from several international insurance businesses and organizations.

Award nominations and industry recognition are now flooding in for Case in Point, and we’re confident we can add to our recent award success by demonstrating the effectiveness of ISO products at delivering overhead reductions through cutting-edge analytics.


Tom Johansmeyer

Tom Johansmeyer is Assistant Vice President – PCS Strategy and Development at ISO Claims Analytics, a division of Verisk Insurance Solutions. He leads all client- and market-facing activities at PCS, including new market entry, new solution development, and reinsurance/ILS activity. Currently, Tom is spearheading initiatives in global terror, global energy and marine, and regional property-catastrophe loss aggregation. Previously, Tom held insurance industry roles at Guy Carpenter (where he launched the first corporate blog in the reinsurance sector) and Deloitte. He’s a veteran of the US Army, where he proudly pushed paper in a personnel position in the late 1990s.