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Marine, Insurance, Insurtech, ecosystems

Ecosystems - from Buzzword to the Next Big Thing

This blog post was published by InsTech London, written by Robin Merttens in which he discusses InsTech London's role within the new maritime ecosystem.

By: Robin Merttens


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Data, risk, mairne, insurance

Polar incursions: a case for Active Risk Management

Business Analyst Gareth Maddock shares his insights on climate change, the impact on marine insurance and how technology can be used to actively manage the new risks it brings. 

 

By: Gareth Maddock


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Marine Insurance, events

Concirrus Marine Insurance Summer Drinks

Join us at our Marine Insurance Summer Party to share a drink with likeminded people from the market, and discuss challenges, as well as your ideas for the future. 

By: Harriet Muir


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blog, Data, risk, Marine, Insurance

Digitalisation in Marine Insurance - Part three

In the third of a four part blog series, Mark Phillips, Concirrus' Head of Sales, discusses how moving to a data-driven approach within the marine market can help you identify new sources of risk and opportunity.

By: Mark Phillips


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ANALYTICS, Quest, Marine

Digitalisation in Marine Insurance - Part two

In the second of a four part blog series, Mark Phillips, Concirrus' Head of Sales, talks about how data and analytics can be used to segment and optimise your existing portfolio.

By: Mark Phillips


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Quest, Marine, Insurance, Data

Quest Marine uncovers insights to improve marine loss ratio by 7%

Commercial marine insurance is highly competitive and operating costs are at an all-time high. Read about how one commercial marine insurer used Concirrus' software, Quest Marine, to uncover brand new insights and small changes they could make to reduce their loss ratio by 7%. 

By: Harriet Muir


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Insurtech, Data, risk, Quest, Marine, Insurance

Digitalisation in Marine Insurance - Part one

In this first of a three part blog series, Mark Phillips, Concirrus' Head of Sales, talks about the need for insurers to change the way they look at risk, and the types of data that can help paint a more accurate representation of risk.

By: Mark Phillips


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Insurtech, Data, Marine, Insurance

TigerTech Interviews: Andrew Yeoman —  (Part 2)

Last month, Jerad Leigh from TigerTech caught up with our CEO Andy to talk about the future of insurance. The second of the two part series was published on the TigherTich Blog - www.medium.com/tigertech 

By: Andrew Yeoman


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AI, Data, Technology, Insurtech, Marine, Insurance

The Moral Enterprise

With the advent of the internet of things, if you can connect a device to something, including a person, you can know everything about it. But, who owns all that data and what do we want them to do (or not) with it? Concirrus' CEO Andy Yeoman (pictured here assessing his steps for the day) shares his thoughts.

By: Andrew Yeoman


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Motor, Insurance, Insurtech, Data

20 million miles and counting

This month we reached a major milestone – surpassing 20 million miles of driving data analysed through our platform. Our Business Analyst Sammy Emojevbe reflects on three important lessons we've learned over this time about driver risk and motor insurance and how we're applying these in the development of our software for motor insurance.

By: Sammy Emojevbe


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Concirrus, EY, Insurtech, Marine Insurance, marine quest

Concirrus and EY team up to drive change in marine insurance underwriting

Concirrus and EY team up to accelerate the adoption of behavioural-based underwriting and risk management in marine insurance.

By: Harriet Muir


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Insurance, Technology, Culture, Marine Insurance, Shipping

Reflections from Shipping 2030 - technology and cultural change

From March 21-23, Graham Libaert, joined our partners Eniram (a Wärtsilä company) at Shipping 2030 in Copenhagen. Here he shares his reflections on the challenges and opportunities facing the shipping industry.

By: Graham Libaert