Insurtech: AI enhanced Platform Arturo Joins Amazon Web Services Partner Network

Arturo, an artificial intelligence-powered platform that derives property insights and predictive analytics from aerial and satellite imagery, announced that it has joined the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner Network (APN).

By joining the APN, Arturo becomes part of the international community of Partners that are leveraging the network to create solutions for clients across many different industries. Arturo’s status as a partner “underscores the company’s ability to serve the largest and most sophisticated corporations,” the announcement noted.

A deep learning spin-off from American Family Insurance, Arturo aims to offer highly accurate physical property characteristic data, predictive analytics, and decisioning “across various use cases for property and casualty insurers.”

The announcement also mentioned that the sophisticated tech gleans structured data from aerial, satellite, and stratospheric imagery, “offering valuable property information to help manage, diversify, and respond to risk for clients in the insurance sector and beyond.”

John-Isaac “JC” Clark, CEO of Arturo, stated:

“The vetting process to be accepted as a formal AWS Partner is quite extensive, and it is a credit to our entire team that we were able to showcase Arturo’s capabilities to AWS and secure approval as a member of the APN. In addition to helping us better integrate with our customers’ systems, this will also open the doors for a number of other opportunities that will further Arturo’s corporate growth. As we improve our capabilities to create insights about the physical condition of properties for companies across insurance, real estate, banking, and other sectors, this is an incredible validation of the strides we have already made, and we look forward to building on our successes to benefit our clients in the years ahead.”

As an Insurtech firm that processes petabytes of data, Arturo has “utilized AWS heavily since its founding,” the update revealed.

Arturo joining the APN will “streamline processes for the company’s many clients whose operations are already on AWS.” It will also “facilitate a much easier migration to the cloud for clients whose current computing is hosted offline but are considering a move to AWS,” the announcement noted.

As mentioned in the update, Arturo is a deep learning spin-off from American Family Insurance “committed to delivering highly accurate physical property characteristic data and predictive analysis for residential and commercial properties for use in the Property & Casualty (P&C) Insurance, Reinsurance, Lending, and Securities markets.”

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