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[SLIDESHARE] Why the Insurance Industry is Turning to Geocoding

by Chinny Ogbuagu | November 17, 2014 | No Comments

Mother Nature is becoming more unpredictable than ever. Just last winter, heavy rain storms caused unprecedented widespread flooding across Britain, leaving a trail of devastation and damage in their wake. The traditional insurance industry risk assessments are no longer enough. Which is why companies are turning to location intelligence solutions like geocoding to help empower their decision-making. By harnessing dynamic, real-time location data, the insurance industry can improve forecasting, customer relationships and so much more.

To help you navigate the world of location intelligence, we put together this downloadable Slideshare presentation on tips and tools to help stay ahead of disasters, like last year’s flooding.

For more information on how companies can build proactive policies using location intelligence, please click here, or click here to learn more about how location intelligence can life to flat data. To download the full Slideshare, click here

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