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Some of our customers explain why and how they use our mapping data.
Mark explains the key issues facing insurers include delivering Flood Re and managing large volumes of data effectively.
Managing Director of Underwriting, David Williams, explains in a short video how AXA uses our data to more accurately predict the risk they underwrite.
LV='s Commercial Pricing Director says that over time, the whole of the insurance industry will move away from postcode-level rating to a more granular address-based rating.
Ian heads up the risk modelling team at Arthur J. Gallagher International. He believes that location will help insurers make sense of the explosion of data now available.
GeoRisk Director at RSA, Rob Osments says accurate data is paramount in developing innovative customer solutions.
AXA's Risk Control Manager – Property, Rob Dakin expects flooding to continue to top the agenda.
Gender ruling means insurers need to find new rating factors, argues Direct Line Group’s David Cahoon.
Challenges lie with sifting through new datasets, says Willis' Nigel Davis.
OS OpenData is a fantastic resource, enthuses Admiral's Mike Jones.
Allianz explains how OS data helped in improving business efficiencies.
Aviva shares how Ordnance Survey mapping data is improving underwriting commercial property insurance policies.
Geospatial tools allow underwriters to access geographic risk data giving them an instant and unique picture of each risk, at an individual address level using Ordnance Survey mapping and addressing data.
UIA, a mutual insurance company, has just started to use our data to gain a better understanding and more complete picture of risk.