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ADLER: An Environment for Mining Insurance Data

  title={ADLER: An Environment for Mining Insurance Data},
  author={Martin Staudt and J{\"o}rg-Uwe Kietz and Ulrich Reimer},
The rapid technical progress of hardware and data recording technology makes huge masses of digital data about products, clients and competitors available even for companies in the services sector. Data homogenization and information extraction are the crucial tasks when trying to exploit its inherent (and often hidden) knowledge for improvements of business processes. This paper reports the current activities at Swiss Life tackling both problems. In particular, we sketch the design of a data… 

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