Google is teaming with GeoEye to help insurance organizations more effectively address risk management and crisis event response. Google’s mapping solutions, combined with GeoEye’s Earth imagery and geospatial expertise, provide a platform for enabling strategic decision making, optimization of people and assets, and powerful location-based applications across the enterprise.
Insurers know that having an accurate understanding of an asset’s location and associated risks (natural disaster potential, crime, lack of fire stations, high replacement costs, etc.) is critical to evaluating risk in the underwriting process. And in the aftermath of a crisis event when claims are being filed, it is also important tohave an accurate view of the affected area over time. Google and GeoEye have developed the solution set to address these scenarios.
Google’s Hillary Renderman and GeoEye’s Andre Kearns will be on hand to describe use cases, and will be joined by Google’s Chris Sierra and GeoEye’s Alistair Miller, who will demo the solution set.
During this webinar you will learn about:
Who should attend
Executives and analysts in the insurance industry with responsibility for risk assessment, claims, underwriting and operations, and consultants/developers with insurance industry practices
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