AI Inspection is leveraging artificial intelligence technology to provide insurance carriers, managing general agents, and underwriters, across any line of business, the ability to gather more consistent, custom inspections in an automated and cost-effective manner.
AI Inspection leverages the information used in your existing policy management system to build questions, automatically create and manage policyholder inspections, and produce reports identifying anomalies between each. Every inspection is individually built for the needs of the underwriter and policyholder. This AI technology platform is built to service most lines of insurance.
With this AI technology, the data ultimately gathered on each policyholder results in a warehouse of data information. AI Inspection leverages the data produced on every report and builds a deeper and more robust picture of the success of your underwriting at a global and micro level.
AI Inspection allows insurance companies, MGAs, and underwriters to save substantial time and money while removing the old model of outsourcing loss control and inspections.
AI Inspection not only leverages your existing policy data to build a questionnaire but also uses additional data gathered from various sources to drill down deeper into the root of losses or the success of specific classes of business. If AI Inspection identifies any discrepancies in the response from a policyholder, the system automatically tags that discrepancy in the report and notifies the underwriter of the issue. This allows your team to only process reports that need their attention.
This emerging AI solution is dramatically more cost-effective while also producing a more timely, accurate, and customized report. In addition to the accuracy, the information ultimately gathered on each policyholder results in a warehouse of your loss control and inspection data.
AI Inspection monitors your policy management system and resulting in fully automated daily, weekly or monthly triggers YOU DETERMINE based on policy or quote lifecycle events. These triggers send requests directly to your policyholder, allowing them to answer via phone, laptop, PC, or other mobile devices.