Analytics for Insurance: The Real Business of Big Data

Analytics for Insurance: The Real Business of Big Data

Wiley | Finance | Oct 10 2016 | ISBN-10: 1119141079 | 296 Pages | PDF | 9.87 mb
by Tony Boobier (Author)

Praise for Analytics for Insurance

'Insurance was one of the first industries to use analytics, but now the game has changed. There are new types of analytics, new forms of data, and new business models based on them. Insurers need only read this book if they wish to remain in business.'
-Thomas H. Davenport, Distinguished Professor, Babson College; Research Fellow, MIT; Author, Competing on Analytics, Big Data at Work and Only Humans Need Apply

'If you want to understand how analytics is applied in insurance then this is THE book to read. Tony has succeeded in writing not just an authoritative and comprehensive review of the insurance industry and analytics but one that is actually enjoyable to read. He covers a range of topics that extends way beyond the core areas of underwriting, risk modeling and actuarial science, for which the industry is known, but delves into marketing, people and implementation too. This book brings together the author's extensive knowledge of both insurance and technology and presents it in a form that makes it essential reading for market practitioners and technologists alike.'
-Gary Nuttall, Head of Business Intelligence (2012 - 2016), Chaucer Syndicates

'In this paradigm-shifting book, Tony Boobier provides us with the foundation to explore and rethink the future of the insurance industry. Visions of the future, a review of key processes and implementation concepts all combine to provide the essential guide to help you take your organization into the next decade.'
-Robert W Davies, Consultant; Author, The Era of Global Transition; Senior Visiting Fellow, Cass Business School, London

'This book is a valuable read for any professional in the Insurance field who wishes to understand how spatial information and GIS can apply to their field. It introduces the first principals of location theory and goes on to illustrate how they can be applied practically. I would recommend it fully.'
-Jack Dangermond, President, Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI)

'The number-one ranked finding from all recent buyer and customer research is that sales professionals today must be able to educate their buyers with new ideas and perspectives and have a real in-depth knowledge of their customers' burning issues. Tony Boobier explains clearly these key issues within insurers today. He goes further by explaining how insurers themselves can take full advantage of the dramatic advances in analytics and the new technologies. For those insurers seeking to optimize their own sales process and sales performance by using the power of analytics to successfully target and capitalize on their customers' critical issues, this book is required reading. For those sales professionals seeking to successfully sell to the insurance industry, this book really does hit the mark of providing key insights and new perspectives that will enable a deep understanding of the issues affecting the insurance industry today.'
-Tom Cairns, Founder and Managing Director, SalesTechnique Limited

'This book is very insightful and shows the author is again thinking ahead of everyone else. Analytics has a major part to play in the supply chain. More information received at FNOL will help provide the right solution to the problem and speed up the process.'
-Greg Beech, CEO, Service Solutions Group

'Insurance analytics, the process of sifting the fine grains of probability, is transforming an industry that can no longer thrive on the uneasy marriage between risk and the art of prediction. Anyone navigating this brave new world of known unknowns should read this book. Like insurance itself, it's a book that should be judged by its cover - full and comprehensive.'
-Richard Donkin, Author of The History of Work


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