All Fellow Analytics Visualizations Dashboards display the most important metrics or KPIs at the top of the dashboard with more detailed visualizations below. Each visualization can be drilled down through a simple click. Clickable filters are presented at the bottom and geographic information is also presented on a clickable map by state, regions and/or cities.
FELLOW ANALYTICS VISUALIZATIONS DASHBOARDS
Fellow Analytics Visualizations is a set of Insurance Analytics that provides
easy and flexible pre-built visualizations of a carrier’s insurance data. In addition, 3rd party data from vendors such as ISO and LexisNexis, and publicly available open source data can be integrated into our visualizations solutions.
Fellow Analytics Visualizations are integrated within dashboards that support Insurance Information Needs along five main insurance disciplines:
The Information Needs Models
Information Needs Models describe the types of analyses conducted by users or analysts to support operational processes (short term) or to support more strategic/positioning programs (long term). The broad disciplines covered with Information Needs Models include Product Management, Sales & Distribution, Underwriting, Claims and Actuarial.
THE BENEFITS OF FELLOW ANALYTICS VISUALIZATIONS
Fellow Analytics Visualizations contains everything needed to address the most pressing informational needs of Executives and Managers within all major insurance disciplines. Implementation can start small by deploying a single visualization for a single user. Additional visualizations can be further deployed to grow your analytic footprint with your business requirements.
Insurance content ready for your data
- No need to start from scratch
- Includes business relevant indicators
- Faster deployment
User Friendly and ad-hoc capable
Perfect for mass deployment with analysis capabilities
Start with any business area and deploy in any order
Implemented quickly at a low cost
Additional visualizations can be deployed to grow your analytic footprint as the business requirements grow