Cape/Canopy Weather, Eberl/Wilbur, Cognisure AI/Duck Creek Tech

CAPE Analytics and Canopy Weather launch new hail damage rating

CAPE Analytics, an AI-powered geospatial analytics provider, announced the launch of a hail damage rating developed in collaboration with weather technology company Canopy Weather.

Roof damage rating based on machine learning indicates the likelihood of roof damage after a hurricane following severe weather and can accurately predict a subset of requirements suitable for automatic end-to-end processing with over 96 percent accuracy.

The rating identifies high-probability claims that can be tracked quickly—within hours of a storm—which will benefit policyholders and reduce claims handling costs through automation.

CAPE and Canopy started their partnership in 2021. Through partnerships and the joint development of new products, such as the Hail Roof Damage Rating, the two companies strive not only to improve access to high-quality data, but also to gain new risk insights that were not previously available.

Eberl and Wilbur claims technology partners

Eberl Claims Service, a US property claims service provider, announced a strategic partnership and exclusive license agreement with global claims technology provider Wilbur (Wilbur.io) to use its technology to streamline the claims management process.

From first notice and remediation to virtual or field adjustments and even complete repairs, this technology connects all parties to a claim while integrating with the carrier’s existing core systems.

The partnership ensures key customer service objectives are met, including consolidation coordination, transparency, and effective supplier management.

CogniSure AI Announces Partnership with Duck Creek Technologies to Improve Risk Analysis

CogniSure AI, an Illinois corporation, has partnered with insurance software provider Duck Creek Technologies to improve underwriting efficiency and risk decision making.

This technology offers commercial insurers the ability to quickly access risk information hidden in emails and attachments, such as claims runs and SOVs.

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