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September APEX:  Digging Into the Modeling Lifecycle
Multiple October 21, 2019 Posted in: Blog Posts, Apex Webinar, Predictive Analytics
On Pinnacle’s September 2019 APEX webinar, “Digging Into the Modeling Lifecycle,” we discussed the importance of understanding all of the steps involved in the modeling lifecycle—far beyond simple model construction. That includes understanding the business question, anticipating the potential constraints of implementation, and staying ahead of model usage from a change management perspective. Management of those issues are among the most critical contributors to the model’s best chance for success.
Work in SAS? Two SAS hacks I use every day (and you can too)!
Hannah Kaufmann October 09, 2019 Posted in: Blog Posts, Predictive Analytics
This past May I was able to attend the SAS Global Forum in Dallas, Texas. Like many in our industry, I work in SAS software every day. SAS is considered by some an industry standard data and analytics application. I was grateful to be able to attend the sessions in Dallas alongside thousands of other users, and learn so much more about SAS software tools and approaches.
AI and the Insurance Industry: A new white paper
At Pinnacle Actuarial Resources, we focus on innovation and thought leadership with a goal to make sure our clients remain ahead of the technological, economic and related forces shaping our profession and the insurance industry. Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning are two of those forces.
The Modeling Lifecycle—Don’t Break the Chain!
Greg Frankowiak June 19, 2019 Posted in: Blog Posts, Predictive Analytics
When it comes to advanced analytics such as building predictive models, many people immediately think about the vast amounts of data, computing horsepower needed, and very sophisticated (often mysterious) techniques applied to the data to produce the results. Without question, all of these aspects are important steps in the process. However, there are several other critical steps both before and after these that can truly make or break an advanced analytics project. We can think of this as the Modeling Lifecycle.
RPM’s Value in Continuing Education

In the spring of 2019 we attended our first industry event: the Casualty Actuarial Society’s (CAS) Ratemaking, Product and Modeling (RPM) Seminar. RPM serves as a networking event and provides continuing education for CAS members by way of numerous workshops and sessions. We both work on predictive analytics projects, which made this event relevant to our work and solidified our understanding on many of the topics we work on every day, including modeling methods, model testing and implementation. 

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