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WEA Property & Casualty Insurance Co. Selects 4Sight Business Intelligence for Property & Casualty.

WEA Property & Casualty Insurance Co. selects the 4Sight business intelligence product for their organization.

AUSTIN, Texas, Aug. 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- 4Sight Business Intelligence, Inc., a leading provider of off-the-shelf property & casualty specific business intelligence products, announced that WEA Property & Casualty Insurance Co. has chosen 4Sight Business Intelligence for Property & Casualty Insurance.

"We were looking for a business intelligence solution which has strong ad-hoc reporting capabilities as well as allow us to easily access  reports and dashboards within a quick time period," said Jim Polcyn, Vice President of WEA Property & Casualty Insurance Co.  "4Sight Business Intelligence for P&C provides us a very affordable solution with outstanding features without a tremendous amount of effort."

"Carriers and MGAs of all sizes have multiple data sources and requirements for a single source of reporting coupled with the ability to expand as needed," explained Robert Clark, Development Director at 4Sight, "WEA Property & Casualty Insurance Co. is now able to have enterprise business intelligence capabilities at a price point that fits their budget without sacrificing any functionality."

Jim Polcyn said they were impressed with the experience of the staff and the ability of 4Sight to be able to provide an abundance of business intelligence out of the box without it becoming a major project with a long and costly implementation cycle. 

4Sight for Property & Casualty is a complete, affordable solution with close to 100 preconfigured reports, dashboards and hundreds of analytics. With "what-if" capabilities and ease-of-use, whether in Underwriting, Claims, Billing, management, reinsurance or other areas, you can find your answers.   The standardized processes allow carriers to typically have users viewing reports in less than 45 days!  Made for carriers of all sizes including  Mutual Aid Exchange, Texas Farm Bureau, Artisan Contractors Insurance,  Chautauqua Patrons Insurance, Preferred Auto, American Leader, American Physicians, Great American and the NC Farm Bureau, among many others.  We support multiple platforms (windows, UNIX, Linux, S/Z, iSeries, others) and your choice of database (SQL, Oracle, DB2, Image, others).   

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
Chief Marketing Officer
4Sight Business Intelligence, Inc.
(512) 236-5130
[email protected]

About 4Sight Business Intelligence, Inc.
4Sight Business Intelligence, Inc. provides business intelligence solutions designed specifically  for Property & Casualty  insurance industry.  Our focus is providing off-the-shelf, documented, solutions with ad-hoc reporting, what-if analysis, dashboards, scorecards, standard reports, data mining and pre-built ETL processes which allow for quick configuration and implementation of typically less than 45 days.  Our products are for carriers and MGAs of all sizes.  Some clients include Mutual Aid Exchange, AXA Re P&C, American Alliance, Preferred Auto, Chautauqua Patrons Insurance, American Physicians, American Leader, Texas Farm Bureau and the NC Farm Bureau, among many others.  Our products support most platforms and your choice of database.  For more information call 888-PCBI-123, visit www.4SightBI.com or email [email protected]  

SOURCE 4Sight Business Intelligence, Inc.

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