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Arturo Announces Connect, Their Latest API with Unmatched Speed, Scale and Configurability

New era in model consumption promises seamless integration into carrier workflows and sub 300 millisecond response times CHICAGO (September 19, 2022) - Arturo, the proptech company that delivers intelligent analytics from individual property to portfolio, today announced Arturo Connect, their latest API which allows customers to seamlessly plug Arturo’s property characteristics data into...
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What You Need to Know About Underwriting Tech in 2022

If there’s one thing everyone is concerned about in insurance, it’s climate change.  Early pre-season forecasts for the 2022 Atlantic hurricane season from Colorado State University and Tropical Storm Risk show a slightly above average year, indicating an above average number of named storms, hurricanes and major hurricanes.  But while hurricanes can cause the largest loss totals in...
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How Machine Learning Helps Mitigate P&C Insurance Risk

There are four major factors shaping today’s property and casualty (P&C) insurance industry: 1) increased risk from climate change, 2) increased competition from newer entrants, 3) time-intensive and costly manual processes, and 4) an explosion of data and imagery so vast that most don’t know how to take advantage of it.  The fusion of these pressures has resulted in the insurtech...
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Looking Back on 2021: Year in Review From Arturo

The Arturo team is excited to wrap up another year. Between raising $25 million in Series B, being honored in Inc. magazine’s 2021 Best in Business for Insurance, and growing our team exponentially with a number of phenomenal hires, we couldn’t be prouder of what we’ve accomplished this past year. But, it’s what we’ve achieved hand-in-hand with our clients and partners that makes us...
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The Biggest Pandemic Risk for P&C Insurers (Hint: It’s Not Climate)

The COVID-19 pandemic behaved similarly to a natural disaster like a wildfire or hurricane. It created financial hardship, wreaked business and supply chain havoc, and even took lives.  In particular, social distancing measures and remote work drove demand for space upwards. Market values for single-family residences made double-digit year-over-year increases, and while wishful homeowners...
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