Monthly Archives: November 2017

EiB Insights 001 - Calculating Written vs. Earned Premium

EiB Insights Series 1: Management Information (MI) in the Insurance Industry

EiB Insights is a series of bite-size videos curated by Excel in Business’ Managing Director, Paul Martin. As the InsurTech revolution continues to evolve, with exciting new technological advances disrupting and evolving the industry, for many organisations, embracing a digitally driven future is not a straight forward proposition. The first EiB Insights series seeks to explore the real World issues and challenges which businesses operating in the Insurance industry face, within an

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The importance of creating a scaleable road-map to BI success

It’s all well and good saying that you already have a ‘BI reporting solution’ in place for your business, but the truth of the matter is, that a reporting solution for advanced analytics alone quite simply cannot realise the true benefits of business intelligence for your organisation. The reality of the situation is, that in order to harness the full potential of BI, you first need to ensure your approach is more of a methodological process. Once this is established,