The steady advance in computer technology, coupled with a better scientific understanding of climate, has greatly expanded the array of tools available to help property/casualty insurers model and manage their weather-related risk. Insurance Networking News asked Bill Raichle, VP risk decision information for Jersey City, N.J.-based ISO Inc., how insurers can best make use of GIS tools.
INN: For insurers, what are the primary benefits of using GIS information?
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