Awarded for Risk Management Innovation
Expert.ai has been named to the NU PropertyCasualty360 Luminaries Class of 2022 in the category of Risk Management Innovation. This professional recognition program spotlights innovation in the property & casualty insurance sector. Honourees are companies, people, programs and practices that are modernizing and humanizing P&C insurance. Honorees are selected by a panel of industry experts based on how well they stated and achieved goals with regards to the nomination category; how impactful their work has been; how dedicated the nominee has been to furthering modernization and humanization in the insurance business; and the nominee’s commitment to the highest ethical standards as well as dedication to service and excellence.
“Today’s top insurance organizations recognize the industry’s history and purpose while embodying contemporary processes and services,” says NU Property & Casualty Executive Editor Elana Ashanti Jefferson. “My colleagues and I are thrilled to be able to recognize pace-setting insurance organizations, programs, practices, teams and individuals as part of the annual NU PropertyCasualty360 Luminaries recognition program.”
“Insurers are dealing with an ever-increasing amount of data and need advanced technology to analyze, understand, and automate the processing of it,” said Keith C. Lincoln, expert.ai CMO. “We are honored to be recognized for bringing innovation, efficiency and business value across risk engineering processes by enhancing data and analytics capabilities with our natural language technology.”
Expert.ai supports the broadest range of risk management use cases, automating part of the risk review process and increasing the capacity of risk teams. By merging information from multiple sources and expanding the volume and complexity of data automatically analyzed, expert.ai’s risk management solution improves speed-to-quote time and empowers underwriters with a better understanding of customers’ needs.
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