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Transforming Underwriting: When and How To Incorporate Virtual Inspection Tools to Ensure Data Accuracy

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Changes in the commercial property industry are driving the need for expanding the way you collect underwriting data, causing a shift in the way many insurers interact with peers, their customers, and their partners.

In this webinar, discover what has shifted over the past few years in the way the industry views data collection and how to incorporate virtual inspection tools into your underwriting process.

Learn how:

  • Technology can help improve the process of underwriting and help identify some of the limitations
  • New innovations can bring valuable insights to the industry and enhance data quality and accuracy
  • New tools can help with data collection on some risk

Who should watch:

Commercial Property Underwriters

Presentation Date:

Wednesday, April 6, 2022


Elizabeth Casas
Vice President, Product Innovation
Commercial Property Underwriting

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How Verisk can help

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How Verisk can help

When Verisk set the goal of providing a 100 percent fill rate for the five core attributes required for effective underwriting, the objective wasn’t just providing more data. It was imperative to pair high-tech expertise with deep domain experience in commercial property insurance to produce data that can help drive more informed and effective underwriting decisions. At the core of Verisk’s data-collection strategies is a team of 400-plus field survey professionals who understand how property attributes can affect loss costs and claims. Their expertise and rigorous quality standards provide the foundation of ProMetrix, whether the data is generated in the field, virtually, or with advanced computer models.

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