Risk Management Software Suite
In today’s challenging marketplace, workflow efficiencies and agility of decision-making are critical for success.
Boost your risk management strategy and uncover new insights with flexible technology that speeds decision making. AIR software solutions provide powerful analytics where and when you need them in your workflow, from exposure data quality and accumulation management, to account underwriting and marginal impact, to core loss estimation across all your lines of business, to lightning-fast analytics for reinsurance pricing, portfolio optimization, and roll-up.
Make more informed decisions faster on AIR’s next generation risk modeling platform.Learn more
Application for modeling the loss potential of reinsurance contracts and portfolios, industry loss warranties, and insurance-linked securities.Learn more
Use real-time analytics to evaluate the profitability of reinsurance contracts.Learn more
Examine your past, present, and future liability risk across the supply chain.Learn more
Quickly assess multiple portfolios and risk transfer strategies in one application.Learn more
Evaluate any policy, measure aggregations of cyber risk, and estimate insured cyber losses.Learn more
How can AIR’s software suite help you?
Challenging assumptions provides valuable insight into the drivers of extreme event risk.
Modeling software from AIR provides the transparency you need to investigate model assumptions and better understand uncertainty, ultimately improving business decisions.
Integration can streamline your risk management.
AIR software capabilities that go far beyond loss estimation can be incorporated throughout your workflows.
AIR software can get you answers when you need them.
Bringing AIR software in-house, rather than relying on results from your broker, lets you have more control over the risk management process, including when and how you conduct analyses.
Applying your unique view of risk can give you a competitive edge.
Options within AIR’s flexible software help you generate ranges of model outputs to see how your choices impact your bottom line.
Incorporating a consistent view of risk can minimize surprises.
AIR models can be used throughout the risk management process, from underwriting to enterprise risk management.