Resiliency requires better tools.

The two of biggest risks against resiliency in 2021 are climate change and brittle supply chains. Risk and insurance professionals must take advantage of the tools available to them to build resilient risk mitigation strategies. #risktech #insurtech #riskmanagement

QotW: “When you have software solutions that cross multiple departments, insurers will take significant leaps forward.”

Quote of the Week: “When you have software solutions that cross multiple departments, provide orchestration of several workflows, and either automatically optimize, or at least provide recommendations, insurers will take significant leaps forward.” Connect with our team to see how the Maptycs platform removes data silos to open up communication and unlock actionable insights into…

Digital tools essential for meeting raised client expectations.

Risk and insurance professionals require digital tools to meet clients’ expectations for quicker, more transparent, and more insightful information. As businesses invest into their digital infrastructure, look for “solutions that combine the benefits of human interaction and oversight with technology that’s fast and user friendly.” #insurtech #risktech #riskmanagement

January 2021 renewal period more difficult to navigate than normal.

The January 2021 renewal period requires even greater nuance in analysis and preparation than normal, as “experienced underwriters once again find that capital and competition may make their forward-looking 2021 portfolio projections inaccurate (or impossible to achieve).” Risk and insurance professionals should continue pressing to stay ahead of the curve. Connect with our team to…

Maptycs @ Airmic Climate Change Forum

A true pleasure for Maptycs to present for the Dragon’s Den session during the Airmic Climate Change forum earlier today! Our presentation – as well as resources from all the speakers at today’s event – can be found on the Airmic Forums website. #insurtech #risktech #climaterisk #climatechange #riskmanagement