FatBrain targets P&C agents with AI solutions

IntellAgents , a FatBrain subsidiary as of Sep 2022, is launching IntellAgent Advisor, a sales tool that personalizes “exclusive underwriting knowledge” from Rough Notes.

The press claims that the tool “automates 145 years of insurance expertise and delivers it at the “point of sale” using FatBrain’s FatGPT™ private data model technology.”

“IntellAgent Advisor is a great sales tool that fills a huge gap in technology for Independent agents. With a few simple clicks, IntellAgent Advisor allows the agent to analyze in minutes thousands of variables across specific commercial risks, to contrast the coverages they have, with those that they should have, benchmarked with those that comparable companies have. We are excited to help enable industry-wide productivity, personalization and industry intelligence boost to further support the independent agency growth trajectory for decades to come.” – Walt Gdowski, CEO and owner of Rough Notes.

“IntellAgent Advisor targets deep industry knowledge to help agents win new clients while keeping existing clients engaged. We handle all the data gathering so the agent can focus on ensuring the client’s optimal coverage. IntellAgent Advisor simplifies decades of complex industry knowledge and relevant risk behaviors into an easy subscription delivering a personalized agent-client experience. We bring the much needed “Netflix experience” to the insurance industry.” – Mark Stender, president of FatBrain AI insurance business and a 27-year veteran of digital innovation at Prudential and Travelers.

“IntellAgent Advisor automates the edge of the P&C value chain closest to the customer – helping agents match optimal policy to each client. We are delighted to deliver the next phase of industry growth through independent agents paired with innovative knowledge base built on decades of support from Rough Notes. We believe the adoption of this technology will be fairly rapid and include thousands of agents during the next twelve months.” – Peter B. Ritz, co-founder and CEO of FatBrain .

Bottom Line: Rough times…