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Clyde Score Integration

Overview

Clyde Analytics is a provider of predictive analytics software that has been developed by insurance data analysts, for insurance data analysts. Their library of algorithms offers insurers the control and flexibility to address a variety of business questions.  The attached accelerator provides an insurer with the package to integrate Duck Creek Policy with Clyde’s Scoring service.  It can connect to any line of business kit as a simple plug-and-play integration with little or no manual configuration.  The integration allows the Clyde model to return a predictive risk score that can be used within the underwriting process.

The package contains an extension or custom server object to Duck Creek Policy. The following files are included:  Visual Studio Project, Integration Manuscript, Stub file for testing, request map for the object and a schema file for the object.

Adding the Clyde Score Integration to Duck Creek Policy and Rating can help insurers improve pricing and operational effectiveness.

 

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Dependencies for Package

The following tools and packages are required for correct implementation of the package.

Tools Needed to Complete the Package Installation

The following tools and packages are required for correct implementation of the package.

  • Visual Studio 
  • Author
  • Express

Dependencies

To use this package, you must also have Policy 6.3.* .

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