Percayso Inform Makes The Oxbow Insurtech Impact 25

Insurance data intelligence provider, Percayso Inform, is proud to announce that it has been included in this year’s InsurTech Impact 25 compiled by Oxbow Partners.

Published annually, the report highlights insurtechs that are worthy of attention. Businesses spanning the value chain and covering non-life and life insurance, personal lines and commercial are assessed for the report based on the impact and sustainability of their strategy, execution capabilities and existing traction.

“We are immensely proud to be included in the Oxbow Impact 25 and recognised as a business that is well positioned to help insurers succeed,” says Percayso Inform Managing Director, Richard Tomlinson. “The team at Oxbow recognise the value that interconnected data sources and analytics platforms can deliver and the transformational impact they can have on both underwriting and claims functions. Given the number of clients and partners that we have brought on board over the past year, it’s clear that our solution is having the right impact.”

Percayso Inform provides insurers and brokers in personal and commercial lines business with access to a wide range of data sources, allowing them to form a more comprehensive view of their customers. Percayso’s technology aggregates the data from different partners, allowing intelligence to be accessed with a simple API call at significant volume.

Tomlinson concludes: “It’s been a whirlwind 12 months since we launched our proposition to the UK insurance market. Having just successfully completed our first crowdfunding campaign, this is yet a further boost for our team – and our new investors – as we take the next steps along our growth journey.”


Commenting on the launch of the Oxbow Partners InsurTech Impact 25 2021 report, Mick Sargeant, CEO of Iotatech, one the 25 insurtech companies on the list, said:

“The Impact 25 Report has become a “must have” report for the insurance industry over the last couple of years.  Iotatech is proud to be included in such a prestigious publication particularly given the detailed due diligence undertaken by the research team.”
The pandemic has forced insurance businesses to accelerate their thinking around systems provision. Working remotely and using technology that can be used from any location on any device is a must for ambitious businesses and the Iotatech Platform enables that without massive up-front investment. Looking ahead, Iotatech will continue to invest in innovation and stay ahead of the pack, so expect to see us develop our AI capabilities further during this year.”  
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