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One system for each department
The same figures for everybody

The Tricast systems allow analysis and simulation of all factors contributing to increased profitability and competitiveness. As the same data is used by all systems, data updates are fast and all users work on the same data.

The Tricast systems are dedicated to the insurance industry, delivering results which can be directly used by insurers.

The Tricast Suite's modules

Tricast Base

For handling data before building models and running simulations. Also delivers claims cost distribution analyses as well as classification techniques to group variables' values (postcodes, car models…).

Tricast Trends and Forecasting

To see trends in past data and to discover where the company is going. To understand what are the key decisions. To comply to new standards and simulate extreme events ("stress scenarios"…).
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Tricast Reports Generator

Because a data warehouse cannot perform all calculations and because standard reports generators don't include insurance-specific indicators.

Tricast Customers Segmentation

Tricast uses various techniques such as Multiple Correspondence Analyses, Clustering, Classification And Regression Trees - CART - or Logistic Regressions.
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Tricast Product Management

Tricast helps find a better compromise between technical profitability and marketing constraints.

Tricast Create a Rating

Because actuaries use a lot of pricing methods, Tricast provides several solutions via a user-friendly interface that facilites user training; traditional Generalized Linear Models (either modelling cost and frequency separately or together), as well as a model that defines price as a percentage of insured value and a pure premium regression model.
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Tricast Claims

Because actuaries need to use the most recent reserving techniques and save time when updating data, Tricast allows triangles to be updated in a few minutes and provides many deterministic and stochastic projection models, including all the necessary options.
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