Trish has worked in the Insurance Industry since 1986 occupying various roles as broker, Underwriter, General Manager, Project Manager and MI Analyst.
Her experience has included 3 company start-ups, a Lloyds Syndicate, an insurance company underwriting business in Europe under the auspices of AIG Insurance Management Limited and of course, Aspect Business Intelligence.
As General Manager, (her appointment having been approved by the DETE), she was responsible for all aspects of the company from start-up, business planning, document drafting, underwriting strategy, claims handling, staff sourcing, training and actuarial reporting. As part of that requirement, she sourced, selected and in some cases designed the IT systems used. These systems had to be robust and be capable of catering for policies and claims in Belgium, Luxembourg, and Italy.
As a direct result of the IT work outlined above, she was then asked to join AIG Insurance Management Limited as their Systems Administrator, a position which she filled for two years, completing Trish’s migration from Underwriting into IT.
Trish moved to Wexford in the sunny south east in 2003 and subsequently joined Wright Group, which at that time was both an Underwriting Agent and a Broker, as MI Analyst. There, she was introduced to the Open GI broker system and later, Infocentre. In addition to carrying out both departmental and process reviews, she created user modules for niche products (including premium calculation and automatic document production), created and automated management reports (underwriting and claims) including triangulation data, extracted and prepared data for export, and automated bordereaux for submission to Lloyds Brokers.
Finally deciding to bite the bullet and go solo, she resigned her position with Wright Group and founded Aspect Business Intelligence in June, 2008.
Paula is a Senior Software Developer having over 5 years experience in software life cycle development and 2 years in IT Administration. Much of her experience lies in the Telcommunications industry developing GSM software for Motorola. She has also developed software solutions for automotive camera systems with Valeo Vision Systems. Paula has strong experience in the software life-cycle, from Customer specifications, design, coding, test through to supporting a product and brings innovation to the team here at Aspect Business Intelligence.
What can Aspect Business Intelligence do for you?
We can extract your data, generate and automate reports and books of reports based on your own defined schedule and delivery criteria. You control not only which people receive which reports, but also who sees what data within those reports. Data can be presented in the most useful format for the recipient, such as colour-coded charts, tables, and spreadsheets.
Any business will produce a maze of reporting data — this can include sales statistics, customer data, incident frequencies to name but a few. For the Insurance Broker, this includes the monitoring of Renewal retention, Charges, New Business and Transferred New Business Trends and for the Insurance Company or Underwriting Agent, the additional burden of claims analysis.
Making sense of it all can sometimes feel overwhelming. Time and budgetary constraints and not having the in-house expertise can make this most necessary feature of a business seem too cumbersome to even implement and yet to enable any business to monitor its progress in the pursuit of its business objectives, interpreting data and translating it into meaningful—and more importantly, accessible data, is essential.
How does Aspect Business Intelligence work with you?
We will work with you to create the interpretation tools necessary for you to shape your business. Our primary service focuses on the creation of easily accessible and real time reports to enable you to see what is really going on within your business.
We can also provide a framework for the measurement of your business’s key performance indicators through the use of pivot tables, pivot charts and trend analysis.
What is the benefit to you?
- Analysis of historical data can quickly show hotspots and bottlenecks, determine areas for improvement, and provides some indication of potential future performance
- Having early access to the analytical findings, can allow you to make speedy changes in behavior to optimize future performance
- Data analysis can also pinpoint areas where current procedures used in transacting your business may need streamlining, error proofing or updating