WTW launches new version of Radar

WTW has announced the release of the newest version of its pricing software Radar, which features a fully integrated capability with programming language Python. This enables Radar to work more effectively with open source software.

Serhat Guven, managing director at WTW, said: “Integrating Python with Radar gives insurers fast and easy access to latest developments from the open source world in a reliable, low-risk and well-governed way, supported by more than 20 years of WTW software development experience and insurance expertise.”

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