Verisk's Property Size of Loss Database (PSOLD) is the most current and comprehensive loss history database for commercial property risks. ISO Rapid Valuator delivers a ground-up and excess loss cost analysis almost instantly.
With PSOLD/IRV, you can sharpen your pricing analysis:
ISO Rapid Valuator links to PSOLD for analysis of loss cost potentials across multiple risks and portfolios.
Use PSOLD and ISO Rapid Valuator for dynamic analysis of loss cost potentials across multiple risks and portfolios. Together, the platforms provide complete ground-up and excess pricing even for complex layered risks.
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Research, benchmark, and visualize broader market results pairing analytics with primary and excess data.
MarketStance helps insurers distill and synthesize geographic, industry, and size-of-business data into reports and visualizations to support decision making.
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