SpatialKey Points


Whether you buy or build, getting ahead depends on leveraging the right experts


by Derek Blum

Expertise can mean many things. Our last post from our CTO Brandon Purcell, How collaborating on technology changes the buy vs. build debate once and for all, touched on this important, but often overlooked part of this equation. Brandon pointed out that to obtain a solution that truly helps you understand your data and identify the insights you need to make decisions, you have to collaborate with experts. I wholeheartedly agree. But, I would add that you have to use the right kind of expert—with the right skill set—to successfully build and deploy a data analytics solution that will be readily adopted by your team.


Hurricane Matthew by the numbers: What we know so far


by Heather Munro

 


How collaborating on technology changes the buy vs. build debate once and for all


by Brandon Purcell

Hurricane Matthew: 3 best practices your claims team can use this weekend


by Heather Munro

Category 3 Hurricane Matthew barrels toward Southeastern US: How insurers can act now with confidence


by Heather Munro

 


Summer 2016 catastrophe wrap-up: Understand your exposure and prepare for future events


by Heather Munro

Could your portfolio weather another Kyrill?


by Derek Blum

Photo credit: scienceblogs.com


It’s time to evolve how you collaborate in a data-driven world


by Tom Link

SpatialKey and Impact Forecasting are giving insurers greater access to global peril data


by Sarah Stadler

SpatialKey to include hazard data for more countries


Hazard data from Willis Re View of Risk now available to Willis Re clients via SpatialKey


by Heather Munro

Willis Re, the reinsurance division of Willis Towers Watson (NASDAQ: WLTW), the global advisory, broking and solutions company, today announces the availability of proprietary Willis Re hazard data to its clients via partnership with SpatialKey.