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Predictive analytics uses statistical modeling and artificial intelligence methods to complement the actuarial approach, offering a more forward-looking view. Tech solutions in this market serve specific insurance use cases, such as pricing or portfolio optimization. These solutions cater to underwriters looking for a plug-and-play predictive analytics platform.
Cytora's Products & Differentiation
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Cytora is the configurable platform that enables commercial insurers to process risks at greater efficiency and accuracy. Cytora digitises every incoming risk, augments them with additional data sources, evaluates them against multiple rules including appetite and priority, and routes them to downstream systems for automated or manual underwriting.
When was Cytora founded?
Cytora was founded in 2014.
Where is Cytora's headquarters?
Cytora's headquarters is located at 9 Dallington Street, London.
What is Cytora's latest funding round?
Cytora's latest funding round is Incubator/Accelerator - III.
How much did Cytora raise?
Cytora raised a total of $41.43M.
Who are the investors of Cytora?
Investors of Cytora include Tech Nation Fintech, Parkwalk Advisors, Cambridge Innovation Capital, EQT Ventures, Cambridge Enterprise Seed Funds and 15 more.
Who are Cytora's competitors?
Competitors of Cytora include Zesty.ai, Artificial Labs, Chisel AI, App Orchid, Carpe Data, Wenalyze, Squirro, Micruity, Verikai, Digital Fineprint and 53 more.
What products does Cytora offer?
Cytora's products include Cytora Platform.
Who are Cytora's customers?
Customers of Cytora include Allianz and Ecclesiastical.
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