Our data analytics specialists work with you to get the most from your data and commoditise it for operationalisation within your business to drive more informed decision-making with real costs and savings benefits – in short - better decisions, quicker.
We assist clients across all sectors and global jurisdictions and within any part of their business where raw data exists in any quantity and quality.
Whether you want to utilise your data to improve decision-making, want to identify your business areas with sub-optimal performance, identify areas of risk and external and internal threat, capture the data that will provide the deepest insight or simply explore the possibilities and commoditisation of your existing data, we can help.
Our approach is distinctly collaborative. We want you to feel that we're an extension of your in-house teams. We can analyse and model with any kind of structured data sets, irrespective of the actual or perceived quality and accuracy of the subject data. We feel it is extremely important to involve technical subject matter experts throughout the analytics process, a combination of your own and DWF's experts. Our work is informed by having gone through these processes and projects ourselves.
Our data analytics experts work closely with both your and DWF insurance legal experts to design and deploy end-to-end data-driven solutions to challenges for insurers. Our innovation and expertise in this area has been recognised with many industry award wins in the last few years and we act for some of the largest insurers in the UK and globally.
We provide solutions for effective new claims routing, detailed opponent behavioural profiling, claims portfolio management and predictive toolkits to assist decision-making on open claims across all classes of claim from high volume/low value to low volume/high value, to tackle leakage, fraud and all manner of adverse behaviours by opponents such as damages inflation, costs inflation and litigation avoidance.
We have built, and maintained one of the most exhaustive claims data sets available and utilise this throughout, as well as the ability to work with and improve the richness of your own bespoke claims data set.
68% of surveyed respondents in our latest report believe that AI and its benefits for commercial transport are overhyped. Add to that the industry's concerns relating to data security, job losses, ethical use, personal privacy rights and potential liabilities arising out of the use of AI, and the conclusion must be that the adoption of AI in the transport industry is no slam dunk.