Big data and analytics are drawing eyes and dollars across the insurance industry, but some power users are seeking more support from the technology.

In a survey of more than 2,000 insurance professionals, only 9% said they were able to access educational materials for the use of analytics tools. The survey was conducted by Celent and The Institutes and summarized in a report titled "Increasing the Adoption of Data and Analytics in Insurance: The Voice of Insurance Professionals," written by Celent analyst Michael Fitzgerald.

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