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Press Release, 30.03.2023
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Covéa has been working with Tractable since 2016 to simplify claims management and has been using the Tractable Auto Reviewer solution since 2020. Through the renewal of this partnership, Covéa enables the use of this technology throughout its 2,000 shop repairer network.
Press Release, 06.02.2023
Verisk is expanding its claims ecosystem by teaming up with Tractable. By integrating with Tractable, which uses computer vision technology to visually assess damage to homes, Verisk will be able to significantly help accelerate insurance claims processing and home repairs.
Press Release, 31.10.2022
Tractable will use its visual artificial intelligence (AI) to verify property damage claims in the South Pacific region so those worst-impacted by extreme weather can restore livelihoods as soon as possible.
Press Release, 24.10.2022
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Backed by the trusted brand and world-class service of Enterprise, Entegral has announced the launch of Smart Assist in partnership with Tractable in North America.
Press Release, 21.10.2022
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Tractable is ranked number two in Sønr Global's Insurtech 100, which has been published conjunction with EY alongside a judging panel from over 30 of the world's biggest insurers, consultancies and VCs in this space.
Press Release, 15.07.2022
Tractable today announces the hire of a new Chief Science Officer, Mohan Mahadevan, to lead the company’s artificial intelligence (AI) development and research.
Press Release, 13.07.2022
American Family Insurance, one of the largest players in US property and casualty insurance, is partnering with Tractable to apply its artificial intelligence (AI) solutions.
Press Release, 11.05.2022
Beesafe, part of the VIG Group, will use Tractable’s AI to create immediate car damage assessments and repair estimates
Press Release, 28.04.2022
Tractable has established a German subsidiary, Tractable GmbH, to expand its business in this important insurance market.
Press Release, 27.04.2022
Aviva will use Tractable’s Artificial Intelligence (AI) to improve the efficiency and accuracy of repairs. The new technology will help Aviva meet its ambitious sustainability target of being a net zero company by 2040