Camilion Solutions (Toronto) has announced the incorporation of Pitney Bowes Business Insight's (Troy, N.Y.) location intelligence functionality into Camilion's Authority Suite property/casualty policy administration offering. The Pitney Bowes Business Insight location intelligence will give Authority Suite customers visual mapping capabilities, according to a Camilion release.
The location intelligence capabilities added through Camilion's collaboration with Pitney Bowes Business Insight will enable insurers to gain new insights into the marketplace, minimize risk and improve strategic decision-making capabilities, the Camilion source claims. Pitney Bowes Business Insight's location intelligence solutions help insurers to recognize coverage opportunities based on location, establish proximity to emergency services, assign the appropriate Premium Tax, validate and normalize customer information such as name and address, and match and normalize customer information against existing customer records, according to Camilion.
"Camilion Solutions is continuing to develop our partner ecosystem by offering our customers this enhanced functionality," says Bob Logan, senior vice president, sales, for Camilion Solutions, Inc. "Pitney Bowes Business Insight's location intelligence technology is an ideal solution to enhance an Authority Suite deployment. Deliverable through the Authority Suite interface, the Pitney Bowes Business Insight tools help users more accurately identify and assess risks in a catastrophic area, maximizing underwriting efficiency and precision."
"We're excited to know that Authority Suite users can have powerful location intelligence tools to help refine the underwriting process through the Pitney Bowes Business Insight's location intelligence products," remarks Bill Sinn, strategic industry and marketing director of Pitney Bowes Business Insight. "These tools will help users to determine relative risk accumulations to minimize over-exposure and will establish accurate proximity to a broad range of risk factors, such as flood plain, fault line, windpool, brushfire and other natural perils."
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