Analytics for Insurance Europe: 72% of insurers believe that Analytics is the biggest game-changer for their business in 2014-2015

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AIG, AXA, Swiss Re, Direct Line, Generali Convene in London in October to Debate how Analytics is transforming insurance

Analytics for Insurance Europe, London (September, 17,2014): 200 senior-level executives from across Europe will meet at FC Business Intelligence’s Analytics for Insurance Europe conference and exhibition, taking place on October 6th – 7th in London. At this conference leading insurance professional will explore how analytics can be used by underwriting and claims teams to reduce costs, create operational efficiencies, detect more fraud and price more accurately.

In a recent survey by FC Business Intelligence, 72% of insurers listed analytics as the biggest game-changer for their business in 2014-2015. On an operational level, analytics can be utilised to foster collaboration between departments, improve pricing and enhance the customer experience. Analytics is set to transform the insurance industry.

FC Business intelligence has organized a two day conference to help in the facilitation of discussions between Insurance professionals across Europe. This is a critical time for the insurance industry to utilise analytics, tailor their products and customer touch points for industry differentiation and longevity. Over 100 people have already confirmed their attendance from analytics, claims, underwriting and pricing departments. Some of the leading insurance companies like AIG, AXA, Groupama, Towergate Insurance, Co-Operative Insurance, Direct Line Group, Storebrand Insurance, Swiss Re, Covéa Insurance, If P&C Insurance, BGL Group, MoneySuperMarket.com, Hiscox, Bupa, PRUHEALTH, Swiss Re, Admiral, Gjensidige Forsikring, BNP Paribas Cardif, SCOR, AA, Generali and QBE have already signed up to attend and take advantage of this networking and knowledge sharing opportunity.

“The benefits of analytics are enormous! Data can describe, admittedly not perfectly, natural states and how they change. Analytics can be used to detect patterns in data and then to predict outcomes. The benefits come from using these insights to enhance what you already do, or working out if what you are already doing is good enough” said Paul Hately from Swiss Re. To find out more about this unique event including the entire speaking line up that features over 10 C-level speakers, access the conference brochure here.

Website: http://www.analytics-for-insurance.com/index.php

Contact:
Helen Raff
Head, Insurance & Financial Services Division
FC Business Intelligence
Tel: +44 (0) 207 375 7582 - UK
helen@fc-bi.com

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