Mark Hewitt

Verisk

Mark Hewitt is a leading innovator in LegalTech having co-founded Rebmark Legal Solutions in 2007 (acquired by Verisk in 2017) to provide software solutions that are used by law firms of all size. Specialising in the Personal Injury sector, thousands of lawyers and claims handlers from both claimant and defendant firms and insurers use these systems to make their life easier.

A self-confessed maths geek, he loves solving problems and looking at how processes can be improved using technology. Mark has enabled Rebmark to secure several industry award accolades within both the legal and IT sectors. He was awarded ‘Outstanding Innovator of the Year’ at the 2015 Claims Innovation Awards and ‘Software Innovation of the Year’ at the Digital Entrepreneur Awards in the same year.

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Improving Claim Handler Experience and Results with Claim Analytics

Learn how claims analytics can enhance the claim handler experience and improve engagement by providing data driven insight into available next best actions. Combining the power of machine learning with human intelligence will create significant advances in how decisions are made and actioned. Mark will present an insight into how technological advances make this possible and provide a blueprint to firms interested in taking advantage of these developments.

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