Monthly Archives: March 2018

The Finance Function of the Future - Focus on Hotels

The Finance Function of the Future: Focus on Hotel MI

The impact of technology on the hotels industry might not be obvious to the outsider – excepting, of course, the advent of online booking and internet aggregators – but to those working in the industry, the complicated nature of the business is crying out for an overhaul. Hospitality has traditionally been seen as one of the slower industries to embrace digital transformation. The successful innovators are those who have the means to invest in new ways of working while not being

EiB Analytics 2018 Conference - The Future of Automated MI

Excel in Business Announce Two Free Day Conferences to Celebrate the Launch of EiB Analytics 2018

There is no escaping that for many industries they are undergoing their biggest technological transformation in decades, as they slowly adapt to digitalisation in an ever increasing, data-driven World. The EiB mission is to help facilitate businesses to adapt to such a significant transformation, through developing a scalable MI architecture, which empowers organisations to leverage the entirety of their data and gain significant competitive edge. With that in mind,  Excel in Business (EiB) are hosting two FREE one day interactive conferences at

Where Are The Robot Underwriters - An EiB Report exploring the impact on InsurTech on the future role of underwriting and data quality

EiB commissions a Report Exploring The Future Role of the Underwriter, Automation and The Impact of Data Quality in the Insurance Industry

With the ongoing development of our EiB Insurance Analytics solution, which provides automated premiums and claims management information (MI) for MGAs, Insurers and Brokers, we have recognised a trend in the challenges faced across the sector with regards to the issue of  data quality. With this in mind, a few months ago we commissioned a report exploring the impact of data quality in the insurance industry, the role of automation in addressing this issue, and the future