Insurance Analytics

Policies. Premiums. Claims. Payouts. In the insurance world, every transaction is a data point ripe for analysis and action. Tableau makes visual insurance analytics available to anyone in your insurance company. Complex insurance datasets are no problem for Tableau, making it possible to explore in real time and react to change faster.

Digital transformation is upending the insurance industry

The insurance industry is undergoing remarkable changes to its business, thanks largely to new technologies that enable a wide range of digital disruption. Read this whitepaper and learn more about how InsurTech is already transforming the insurance industry by tapping into digital transformation and data analytics to streamline business processes, increase profits and revenues and positively impact the customer experience.

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New on demand webinar: Take Action with Self-Service Claims Data

Learn how Nationwide Insurance is using Tableau to help put lives back together after a claim and increase associate efficiency by using dashboard actions that interact with the claims handling systems. Nationwide will discuss their design and implementation strategy including a step-by-step integration of Tableau dashboards with Guidewire’s ClaimCenter.

Transforming AXIS Capital into a data insight-driven insurer

Join specialty insurer AXIS Capital as they discuss their analytics journey using Tableau Software. Also hear from Tableau's business partner Slalom Consulting as they share a value-driven approach to developing dashboards that aligns with strategic objectives and creates value for AXIS’ lines of business.

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Watch the dashboard demo from the Axis Capital webinar

Watch Steven Carter, Solution Principal at Slalom Consulting, review an asset management dashboard that might be used by an individual in an investment group to manage their portfolio.

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Frost and Sullivan analyst report

Innovating financial services in the big data era

Technological advances are disrupting the financial services industry, leading to an influx of big data. With this data, institutions have the opportunity to evolve processes, cut costs and deliver a better customer experience. But leveraging this opportunity requires a solid analytics strategy that empowers employees to explore and share data. This report outlines how financial services institutions can get the best return on investment from new technologies to drive business value.

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Four traits of a data-driven financial services organisation

Emerging technologies like artificial intelligence and machine learning have led financial services organisations to evolve. In the face of these disruptions, companies use massive volumes of data to transform processes and differentiate themselves from the competition. Read this white paper to learn how data-driven financial services organisations use data to propel innovation.

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How insurance customers already use Tableau

Progressive Insurance: Fast experimentation and low risk with Hadoop

Progressive is one of the largest providers of car insurance in the United States. Insurance analytics are used in all areas of the company, from quotes and claims to analysing driver behaviour. Brian Durkin, Innovation Strategist, shares how Progressive chose Tableau over traditional tools because it allows for rapid testing on large quantities of data stored in Excel, Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle and Hortonworks Hadoop. With Tableau’s native data connectors, the data science team can bring all of this data into one view.

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Using analytics to prevent fraud, evaluate risk and analyse performance

In this three-part webinar series, you will learn how leading banks, insurers, wealth managers and capital markets firms are using Tableau to spot fraud, risk and performance at the speed of thought. Hear from Visa about the latest fraud trends and the best ways to monitor suspicious activity. See how to use Tableau to analyse exposure by risk characteristics, identify predictive indicators to illustrate potential exposure and visualise risk concentration by risk rating. Finally, hear from UseReady about how to use Tableau to minimise the complexity and simplify the oversight required to properly manage performance at both firm and account levels.

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