Cloverleaf Analytics, is pleased to announce broad updates to the latest release of the company’s business intelligence (BI) and analytics platform. Focused largely on improving speed and security, Cloverleaf’s platform updates include a significant data architecture upgrade which enhances data load capabilities to reduce overall data entry times, and the introduction of stronger data encryption.
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“During the initial demo, Cloverleaf demonstrated the value of its powerful industry data model and configurable data transformation engine. It showed the enormous potential of the technology in terms of the transparency it could deliver for our business. The resulting reporting and analytics capabilities now help us determine where we can be most effective for our customers, and where we can achieve the best profitability as well.”
“Many other BI and analytics products were designed for cross industry purposes and are tools that can be used by firms and companies that make random things, like electrical generators. Insurance has specific data requirements, data calculations, and definitions which are readily-available in Cloverleaf which we can now access immediately. We are so pleased to now have a BI and reporting solution that is built to dynamically adapt to changes in the insurance environment.”
“Our customers expect fair stable premiums delivered by a team who understand that their service makes a difference in our customers’ lives every day. This forms the foundation of better, faster, and more personal service. This implementation will greatly enhance our ability to assess our customers’ needs on both the policy and claims side of the business.”
“In reviewing our future growth and profitability strategy for our companies, we determined we needed to partner with a company to further enhance our sophistication in data analytics,” said Jacob Clymer, COO of Service Insurance Holdings.
“Cloverleaf is very focused on providing our property and casualty insurer customers with better decision-making power through real-time analytics based on enterprise data,” said Robert Clark, president of Cloverleaf Analytics.
The partnership between Brylianze and Cloverleaf will allow Brylianze to offer Cloverleaf Analytics’ products directly to a P&C customer needing a comprehensive BI solution. Additionally, Brylianze will leverage its insurance expertise to provide implementation services as well.
“The quality and experience of the Cloverleaf team and the ability of the platform to grow as our analytics needs evolve were important factors in our selection of the Cloverleaf solution,” said Phil Shirk, CFO and VP of IT for Goodville Mutual.