London, October 20, 2015 – SpatialKey Inc. (SpatialKey) is providing ProSight Specialty Underwriters Ltd. (ProSight) with intuitive, geospatial analytics and visualization for its underwriting team and coverholders.
A couple of weeks have passed since the flooding along the French Riviera on October 3rd and 4th, and re/insurers are inundated with claims and working to quantify their exposure and lend assistance to insureds.
The flooding in South Carolina was summed up best by Governor Nikki Haley when she called it, “a storm of historic proportions.” With the rains calming, residents and insurers are doing everything they can to determine next steps. Our insurance clients are turning to us to understand potential flooding experienced by their insureds.
With over 5,500 major hail storms in 2014, insurers need to quickly assess the impact of hail events and expedite assistance to customers that may have been affected. SpatialKey Hail is seamlessly integrated with Weather Verification Services from CoreLogic® to help you quickly assess the potential impact of recent or past hailstorms, understand damage severity based on hail size, and ultimately, expedite relief to your insureds. You now have access to industry-leading analytics and expert hail data in one place without the limitations of time-consuming processes and clunky legacy software.
We’ve been hard at work enhancing our Accumulations app, so you can confidently assess and manage risk across your portfolio. Accumulations delivers analytics and visualization to help you quickly identify peak portfolio accumulations, understand risk composition including policy and location drivers, and monitor capacity utilization and diversification. Leverage these analytics to monitor and adjust your underwriting strategy, evaluate bomb blast scenarios, and understand the impact of acquisitions.
SpatialKey, Inc. ("SpatialKey") delivers risk intelligence to RLI Insurance Company’s (“RLI”) exposure management and underwriting operations through robust portfolio data analytics and enhanced decision support at the point of underwriting
Winter Storm Juno arrived in the Northeast U.S. on January 27th. With significant flooding and increasing concern of potential roof collapse, insurers want to be adequately prepared to respond to this historic, mid-season snowfall. Areas like Worcester, MA, which saw historical snow accumulations of 35 inches, will be top of mind for insurers as forecasters suggest that this is likely the first of many storms to hit the region in the coming weeks.