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Rethink Reporting with Automation
May 28, 2021
Companies struggle with reporting. Specifically, they’re caught in a cycle of inefficient and error-prone workflows that:
The result: enormous amounts of resources (people, tools, time) are invested into delivering a mediocre product to stakeholders, reports that are uninspiring to consume, slow to produce, and potentially not accurate.
On May 26th, we invite you to join Claudio Rebelo, Actuary at Swiss Re, to learn about how companies in every industry, but especially in insurance, can revolutionize their reporting capabilities with automation.
You’ll learn about his team’s journey transitioning from a reporting frankenstack, involving SAS, Excel, and SQL, to a more effective way with free, open-source tools like R Markdown.
The goal is to inspire you to think about what could be possible when it comes to reporting within your own organization, with just a little bit of effort. You’ll get a high-level overview of Claudio and Swiss Re’s journey, along with concrete tactical tips on how to use tools like R Markdown more effectively.
If you’re a data scientists already experienced with R, but not automating reports with tools like R Markdown
We hope this presentation inspires you to start ASAP!
Claudio Rebelo is an Actuary at Swiss Re in Zurich, Switzerland, where he has worked in reserving, pricing and currently model validation, having over 12 years of experience in the insurance industry. With a keen interest in insurance data visualization he is also involved, at Swiss Re, in the implementation of automated reporting solutions with R Markdown.