From the relatively small and straightforward to the large and complex, the London Market settles billions of pounds’ worth of claims to policyholders all around the world. Verisk endeavours to support claims departments with claims management tools and software that speed up processes, validate information, and detect fraud.
Take advantage of robust claims-matching technology and one of the world’s largest database of property/casualty claims to help facilitate fast-tracking and detect fraud.
Xactware supports almost every facet of the property and insurance industries with tools and services that enhance estimating cycles, project workflows, and business analytics.
Insurers use CargoNet in a variety of ways to help recover stolen cargo and to help policyholders reduce the chance of becoming victims of cargo theft.
The A-PLUS Commercial contributory database is derived from the world’s largest claims repository of more than 1.3 billion claims. Each week, 90 percent of the claims are updated, representing the most comprehensive loss run tool in the market today.
Sequel Broking is a one-stop solution for insurance and reinsurance brokers, from placement and billing to claims management and technical accounting. It generates reports instantly for faster decision making and allows you manage complex risks, including vertical placement and subscription business.
Sequel Claims is a uniquely powerful workflow engine that lets you handle claims faster and more efficiently. You can visualise and act on claims data in real-time and configure automation features to suit your business.
Join a contributory cyber insurance data exchange to gain access to details on incurred loss, economic loss, loss adjustment expense, claims description, attack vector, and attack source.
Respond provides real-time weather analysis and forecasts of claims volumes for natural hazard events and allows you to visualise the effect of each peril in the context of local policies.
Our Size-of-Loss Matrix is a better way to visualise complex data of long-term and excess loss development, trends, loss ratios, and profit measures across ten lines of business and 72 markets.
Track case law, dissect complex coverage issues, and analyse the impact to decisions that have been made on policies.