Inhance®
featured solutions

Inhance® makes it possible for insurers and reinsurers to capitalize on the opportunities of risk analytics. To fully utilize the potential of risk analytics, companies will need to make it a top priority for risk underwriting, exposure management, catastrophe response and claims management.

Inhance® risk analytics solutions provide the right mix of platform and data products to drive your risk analytics strategy and make a major leap forward in advancing your competitive position in the market place.

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New insight into your exposures

The Inhance platform is a simple–to–use suite of tools developed to help (re)insurers, managing general agents and brokers visualise their property exposures in terms of completeness, accuracy and appropriateness.

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Revolutionising
data access

The integrated Inhance Data Market provides pay-per-use access to third-party exposure datasets from a range of market leading providers.

An unrivalled library of global hazard data is at your fingertips with our unique pay-per-use access to flood, quake, wind and many other perils and non-catastrophe datasets.

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Try our pro plan absolutely free for 30 days

The best way to understand what Inhance can do for you is to get going on Basic for yourself, or your company to try Pro. Inhance Pro is available to try for free for 30 days.

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Latest news

Inhance Maintenance Schedule

Inhance will be unavailable beginning at 4pm PST Friday, December 15th through to 8am PST Monday, December 18th.

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Customer
success stories

"Inhance® has helped Tokio Marine HCC understand and visualize key hazards in our insurance portfolios. Via Heuristic Reporting we are able to notify underwriters of potential risks in new submissions prior to writing. Inhance® is used extensively in our non-modelled risk process helping TM HCC to establish our own view of risk."

James Orriss, Head of Catastrophe Exposure Management

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