Insurance intelligence provider, Percayso Inform, has announced that David Kelly has joined its board of directors in an advisory role to support the business as it takes its next steps forward in its growth.
David joins the business after spending 14 years at Open GI in senior sales, development and distribution positions culminating in being appointed Chief Sales Officer in 2017, a role he fulfilled for three years prior to his departure.
Percayso Inform Managing Director, Rich Tomlinson, says: “Despite launching our business in the midst of a global pandemic, 2020 was an incredibly busy and successful year – and all the signs are that 2021 is going to be even busier. As we gear up to take the business forward, it feels like the right time to bring in some additional expertise to help us maximise the opportunities that lie ahead. Dave is a well known and highly regarded figure within the industry from his time at Open GI and has a wealth of experience on all things commercial. We’re incredibly fortunate to be able to welcome him to our team.”
In this newly created board position, David will provide advice on strategy, operations and commercial opportunities as well as helping the Percayso Inform team as they develop new products and services to help insurers, MGAs and brokers enhance how they use data in their day-to-day business activities.
“I’m hugely excited to be joining the Percayso Inform team at such a pivotal moment in the growth of the business,” adds David. “They have a great proposition and as the insurance market increasingly embraces the value that accurate and up-to-date data brings, there is significant potential for the business to become a major player. I’m looking forward to rolling up my sleeves and getting stuck in!”
Percayso Inform launched its next generation insurance intelligence platform at the beginning of 2020. Harnessing the very latest techniques in data science and machine learning, allied with new powerful datasets, Percayso Inform can deliver significant improvements in pricing, risk and fraud when compared to standard data enrichment techniques most commonly used by insurers and brokers.