Sagent Offers Analysis Software for Insurers

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Sagent, Mountain View, CA, a business intelligence solutions provider, last week released analytical applications for the property and casualty sector of the insurance industry, community banks, credit unions and the second-generation Web analytics market.


The applications use a framework built for the online delivery of information. The framework incorporates application-specific data models, a Web-portal user interface, a metadata repository, specific reports, analyses and security functions.


Sagent's new banking solution addresses the needs of community banks and credit unions to leverage customer data from a variety of sources to grow their business. Built-in analytics are based on financial industry KPIs.


Sagent's new insurance solution helps property and casualty insurers with claims analysis and underwriting processes. The application is designed to help locate new prospects while minimizing underwriting risk. Using internal and external data, insurers can determine where customers and prospects are located in relation to property hazards such as fire, wind, earthquake, crime, shoreline and flood zones.


For more information, call 650/815-3100.


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