DATA CAPTURE PROCESSING MODELING and APPLICATION

Contents Processing Centre has long been implementing statistical programming techniques to improve our claims process and increase our customer service capabilities. We continue to update our processes and have seen a dramatic increase in productivity and customer service.

 

Using your current Data, CPC can provide insights into strategic planning, process development and implementation. Where there is no Data, CPC is available for consulting and development of infrastructure, tools, interactive dashboards and web applications.

 

Based on your needs we will develop hypotheticals and prepare appropriate models using algorithmic intelligence.

Consultation is free and projects are scalable based on your needs:

  • Data Cleaning and Visualization
  • Geospatial Insurance Claim Occurrence Modelling
  • Product Database Management
  • Sales and Business Trend Analysis
  • Statistical Modelling and Algorithmic Intelligence
  • Cost Analysis for Catastrophic Claim Events
  • Underwriting Analysis from Historical Data
  • Quantitative Financial Analysis
  • Business Growth Modelling
  • Geospatial Feature Analysis

Project Examples

Layer and filter industrial contamination in the Canadian Great Lakes. Shiny Application: Great Lakes

Includes High Charter Plot updates showing the prevalence of the selected contaminants. Data is available at Open Canada

The Great Lakes are the largest group of freshwater lakes on our planet.

Unregulated industrialization abused the pristine watershed dumping globs of oil, multi coloured industrial discharge, pesticides and untreated sewage.

 

Layer and filter industrial contamination in the EPA Superfund Sites. Shiny Application: EPA Superfund Sites

Includes High Charter Plot updates showing the prevalence of the selected contaminants. Data is available at EPA Website

The National Properties List includes sites that are being monitored to ensure that the construction or control measures in place are meeting their environmental requirements. I invite you to take the time to review a few sites of interest and the great work involved in minimizing the impact of the pollutants.