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WCF Insurance Partners with DataCubes to Automate Data Intake Process

DataCubes, a leading decision platform for commercial underwriting, announced today its partnership with Salt Lake City-based WCF Insurance, the largest workers’ compensation insurer in the state of Utah. WCF will integrate…

RLI Selects DataCubes to Optimize Certain Underwriting Processes

DataCubes, a leading data science platform for commercial underwriting, today announced that it has partnered with RLI, a leading specialty insurer, to optimize certain aspects of RLI’s underwriting processes. Using insurtech…

DataCubes Completes Plug and Play Tech Accelerator Program

DataCubes Inc., a leading data science startup whose solutions improve commercial underwriting productivity by up to 10x, today announced its completion of the Plug and Play tech accelerator program. During…

DataCubes Welcomes its First VP of Marketing

Yesterday, Schaumburg, IL-based welcomed Phil Alampi as its VP of Marketing.   In his new role, Phil will be responsible for communicating the mission of DataCubes, a data and analytics startup…

DataCubes. Data Fantastic.

It’s been 6 months and 28 days since Schaumburg-based data and analytics insurance startup DataCubes announced its $2.5M Series A round. The startup, established in 2015 and led by Kuldeep Malik, is…

DataCubes on Data Science, $2.5 Million, and Smoked Meats

Schaumburg-based DataCubes announced it has raised $2.5M in a Series A round led by Chicago-based venture capital firm, Seyen Capital, and early and growth stage investor MK Capital . The data science…

The CPO who allows insurers to get smart about underwriting

For the most part, insurers gain scale by aggregating similar risk profiles and delivering the same product, making the case that insurance was and still is, a commodity. Those that claim insurance isn’t a commodity…

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The Big Big Data(Cubes) Platform

The Big Big Data(Cubes) Platform 38% of small business owners would buy insurance online if they were starting out today, according to Morgan Stanley. And yet lack of data and underwriting…