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Property and Casualty Agent Portals

IBM has built an interesting solution prototype on this topic - http://www-03.ibm.com/industries/financialservices/doc/content/landingdtw/1479639103.html. Blaze Advisor is the rules engine behind this and any kind of automated underwriting like this is going to involve predictive risk models as well as interactive dialogs. An Enterprise Decision Management approach is ideal for this kind of system - bring together rules and analytics and then pushing rules into the user interaction using something like SmartForms for Blaze Advisor.

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Lars Toomre

This IBM application looks really neat. I would think that this solution would be great for any bread-and-butter insurance underwriting situation, but would break down with the some of larger, more complex deals for certain corporate P&C lines. How does one get more information on what Blaze Advisor can do with complex rules?

James Taylor

Tried to respond to this in a posting on complex rules. Hope it helps:
http://edmblog.fairisaac.com/weblog/2006/02/complex_decisio.html

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