Slipcase, which provides risks and insurance professionals with digital news and information, saw a 55% rise in users last year and predicts further growth will come in the age of “contextual intelligence”.
It said rising demand for risk information shows no signs of abating as professionals and organisations increasingly look to analyse all of the relevant background information and data points from verified, established sources, around a particular event, trend or issue.
Alex Hearn, founder of Slipcase, said: “There is no doubt that there is increased pressure on individuals in the (re)insurance industry to have a deeper understanding of their area of expertise, and for organisations to communicate their expertise outwards. Our growth in 2023 is a testament to the Contextual Intelligence provided by our curated feeds, emails digests and APIs.”
John Cavanagh, Slipcase chairman, added: “World events are moving faster than they ever have, all with direct impacts on our industry. Having a perspective on macro trends and relevant product lines is essential to maximising value for clients.”
Slipcase, which uses content from Commercial Risk and other industry publications, now also works with more than 70 of the insurance industry’s major carriers, brokers and service providers. This allows firms to deliver information throughout the industry via Slipcase’s web platform, mobile apps, a plug-in API and curated email digests.
Slipcase’s content now reaches an estimated 214,00 individuals in 177 countries. Its curated API feeds into over 20 industry organisations, including Marsh, WTW, Gallagher, BMS, Acrisure, Tokio Marine and Liberty.