Embracing intelligent technology
to auto learn and inform processes
CRIF for banks and financial institutions
CRIF provides scoring models and expertise, empowering business analysts, from beginners to advanced modellers allowing them to develop, build, test, deploy and manage predictive models.
Predictive analytics allow you to extract information from existing data in order to determine patterns and predict future outcomes and trends. It forecasts what might happen in the future with an acceptable level of reliability, and includes what-if scenarios and risk assessment. Today, new methodologies, such as machine learning and Genetic Algorithms to solve problems and find indicators or Evolutionary Neural Networks and the availability of unstructured, social network, and behavioural data are used to optimise the relationship between information.
The application of knowledge discovery and data mining through the use of Link Analysis and Neural Networks enables identification, analysis and visualisation of patterns in data; embracing intelligent technology to auto learn and inform processes.
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London, July 4, 2018
CRIF sponsors the 2018 British Insurance Awards
On July 4, CRIF took part in the British Insurance Awards, one of the most popular and spectacular events for the whole insurance community, descending on the Royal Albert Hall for a memorable networking evening.
London, June 26, 2018
RSA to Extend Use of CRIF’s Industry Database for Pet Insurance Claims
RSA is to extend its use of CACHE Pet, the industry’s first pet insurance claims database developed by CRIF Decision Solutions [CRIF] to support insurers facing fraud risk and rising claim costs. The news comes as the ABI released figures revealing that pet insurers paid out an average £2 million per day in claims in 2017, the highest figure on record and increasing 10% year on year.
Royal Albert hall, London, July 4, 2018
The 24th British Insurance Awards 2018
Amsterdam, the Netherlands, May 3-4, 2018
Excellence in Claims Management Conference
Among a panel of European industry players, CRIF has been invited to give a speech on ‘Using insurance claims to boost revenue’ as well as to take part in the debate focused on customer fraudulent behaviours and potential patterns. How to stop fraudulent behaviour before it happens? The panel discussion will try to address this topic and share their views and experiences. For more information: http://euro-events.co/excellence-in-claims-management2018/