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6th December 2017
Milliman to launch predictive modelling platform
Milliman has announced it will debut its proprietary predictive modelling platform at the InsiderTech Conference to be held in New York today. Milliman's recently-created analytics software, Solys, uses advanced computer languages, models, and machine-learning so that consultants can serve their clients with increased speed, reach, and cost-efficiency.
An internal tool that can be used to benefit Milliman's current and future clients, Solys simplifies processes, improves data management, and performs advanced predictive analytics using the latest software environments and programming languages. The leading technology increases efficiencies and consultant capabilities in the growing InsurTech field. Milliman consultants will be discussing the tool and the firm's work in InsurTech at a panel discussion at the InsiderTech event.
"As insurers face disruption around the "Internet of Things," the shared economy, and autonomous vehicles, it's vital that their consultants provide the best answers in the fastest and most cost-efficient manner possible," said Fabrice Taillieu, a principal and consulting actuary in Milliman's Paris office. "Milliman's advanced predictive modelling tool enables consultants to address their clients' InsurTech questions and remain leaders in this rapidly changing industry."
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