Risk Solved partners with GWTInsight

Risk Solved is partnering with GWTInsight to bring the latter’s real-time commercial property data to the risk management platform provider’s suite of tools.

GWTInsight uses patented technology to capture a range of real-time data sources helping users mitigate risk, reduce cost and carbon usage, and actively address ESG commitments across property portfolios.

The enhanced property risk data can also offer better risk selection and pricing for underwriters, greater risk management and mitigation oversight, and provide energy use data to track ESG and carbon footprint or reduction targets.

Richard Thomas, chief strategy and partnerships officer at Risk Solved, said: “The commercial property data that GWTInsight gather in real time and the insights it enables will add to our ability to provide the kind of risk management insight that clients need to gain a distinct advantage, reduce loss ratios and make real-world savings.

“It can also provide new and valuable insights and measurements of energy and carbon usage across property portfolios. Given current concerns around energy costs and the desire to live and work in a more sustainable way, having detailed insight on what, how and when energy is being consumed is essential.”

Iain Wilcox, client and commercial lead at GWTInsight added: “We are pleased to be partnering with Risk Solved to add our unique commercial building systems data service to their industry leading risk management platform. The promise of data driven underwriting and risk management changing the way insurance is delivered is a step nearer.”

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