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Automated Underwriting: Winning in the Race to Zero

The quest for speed and accuracy

Automated underwriting can help insurers get ahead in the “Race to Zero”—the point where applicants have no questions to answer except their name and address when they come to you for coverage.

For effective automated underwriting, insurers must master the intersection of data, analytics, workflow, and technology.

report thumbnailLearn the importance of:

  • data that’s kept accurate with rigorous quality controls
  • analytics that extract actionable insights from diverse sources
  • workflow best practices that boost speed and efficiency while optimizing your customers' experience
  • technology that’s easy to integrate and highly scalable

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Verisk’s comprehensive data is helping us improve not only our ease of doing business but also our underwriting results.

  • John Eckmair
  • Utica National Vice President and Chief Underwriting Officer

How Verisk can help

Lightspeed Small Commercial

How Verisk can help

Streamlining the underwriting process requires confidence in the quality of the data you rely on to make decisions. Using a data provider with broad insurance industry expertise can translate into a nuanced understanding of the insights generated by image analytics. Verisk data scientists continually test and develop models to ensure the level of reliability needed to provide actionable underwriting insights that can help you sustainably grow your portfolio and boost profitability.

Integrated directly into LightSpeed® Small Commercial, image analytics paired with other robust data sources can provide insurers with a holistic underwriting solution that helps refine risk assessment and improve customer and agent experiences.

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