Origami Risk forms another partnership this month

Origami Risk, a risk and insurance SaaS company, has created a partnership with LineSlip Solutions, enabling its clients to access critical information.

The partnership will combine LineSlip’s AI-driven OCR capabilities to digitise paper insurance documents and PDFs, with Origami’s policy management solution. In doing this, Origami clients can access their property and casualty insurance data digitally.

Clients will also be able to better negotiate their commercial insurance coverages and renewals.

LipSlip, which was founded in 2016, claims to give risk managers the ability to “own their own data.” This empowers them to gain real-time access to their insurance programs, both active and historical, to make it simple and easy to understand .

Origami Risk CEO Robert Petrie said, “Risk managers in all parts of the U.S. and worldwide face unprecedented challenges.

“Besides dealing with dramatic shifts in their business models, operations and revenue streams arising from COVID-19, they must also navigate a hardening commercial insurance market. The ability to quickly access and analyze all elements of their risk and insurance program using the robust solutions provided by Origami and LineSlip can be a game changer as they seek to secure their enterprises in this dynamic environment.”

Origami offers a risk and insurance technology platform for risk management staff across insured corporate and public entities, to insurance carriers, brokers, TPA’s and risk consultants. Its products suite includes MIS, GRC, Claims, Safety, Analytics, Underwriting and Data Tools.

The InsurTech recently partnered with Gradient, which builds AI-powered tools for policy underwriting and claims processes. By working together, Origami will give its customers access to claims and policy modelling capabilities.

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