Percayso Inform, today announces a new partner integration with data science insurtech, Incited.
Incited provides a range of solutions for insurers and brokers, delivering advanced analytics tools for real-time modelling and prediction, uncovering patterns in data, detecting fraud, improving customer retention and generating dynamic pricing solutions.
Dan Fiehn, Chief Operating Officer at Incited, comments: “Our uniquely integrated data science, analytics and artificial intelligence proposition is helping insurance providers to unlock the value of their data, transforming it into insight and action that can make a measurable difference to their business performance. Partnering with like-minded businesses that can offer further routes into the insurance market is a key component of our strategy as we look to scale up our proposition, and we’re delighted to integrate our platform with Percayso.”
Percayso Inform MD, Rich Tomlinson, adds: “We are committed to helping insurance providers write and win better business. Our next generation insurance intelligence can help provide the data they need to inform their business decisions, and integrating with Incited will provide them with additional tools to transform that data into measurable actions.”
Founded in 2016, Incited is one of the UK’s fastest-growing Insurtechs, providing advanced analytics, data science, machine learning and cloud services to the insurance industry. The company specialises in producing innovative data solutions that integrate with insurance software platforms.
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A Microsoft partner and founder member of the Data Science Foundation and Insurtech UK, Incited has teams of experts with decades of experience in delivering innovative solutions to insurance. The company is dedicated to digital innovation and committed to client success through the creative application of technology and data. Follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter