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  • 1.  
  • 2. Best Practices with Insbridge Driver Assignment
  • 3. Overview
    • Determine Driver Assignment Objectives
    • Reveal Personal Auto Line of Business Specifics
    • Examine Core Driver Assignment Functions
    • Evaluate Real-Life Examples
  • 4. <Insert Picture Here> Determine Driver Assignment Objectives
  • 5. Driver Assignment Objectives
    • Why Do We Need Driver Assignment?
    • What Are Our Rules?
    • How Will We Get RateManager the Information Needed to Accomplish Driver Assignment Goals?
  • 6. Driver Assignment Objectives (cont.)
    • Why Do We Need Driver Assignment?
      • Which drivers go with which vehicles?
      • What if there are more drivers than vehicles?
      • What if there are more vehicles than drivers?
    April 13-16, 2008 Dallas, Texas © 2008 by Skywire Software. All rights reserved. ?
  • 7. Driver Assignment Objectives (cont.)
    • What Are Our Rules?
      • Assign youthful drivers first
      • Assign the vehicles in order of highest cost new to lowest cost new
      • Assign the vehicles to their principal operator
      • Assign the driver with the lowest operator class to the excess vehicles
    April 13-16, 2008 Dallas, Texas © 2008 by Skywire Software. All rights reserved.
  • 8. Driver Assignment Objectives (cont.)
    • How Will We Get RateManager the Information Needed to Accomplish Driver Assignment Goals?
      • New driver and vehicle information sent to RateManager
      • Inputs, tables and calculations already in RateManager
    April 13-16, 2008 Dallas, Texas © 2008 by Skywire Software. All rights reserved.
  • 9. <Insert Picture Here> Reveal Personal Auto Line of Business Specifics
  • 10. Personal Auto Line of Business Specifics
    • Driver Assignment-Specific Inputs
    • Driver and Vehicle Required Categories
    • Driver-Vehicle System Category
    • Driver Assignment Module
  • 11. Personal Auto Line of Business Specifics (cont.)
    • Driver Assignment-Specific Inputs
      • System-created
      • Driver Use Percentage on each vehicle
      • Vehicle Use Percentage on each driver
      • Assigned Driver on each vehicle
      • Vehicle Principally Driven on each driver
    April 13-16, 2008 Dallas, Texas © 2008 by Skywire Software. All rights reserved.
  • 12. Personal Auto Line of Business Specifics (cont.)
    • Driver Assignment-Specific Inputs
    April 13-16, 2008 Dallas, Texas © 2008 by Skywire Software. All rights reserved.
  • 13. Personal Auto Line of Business Specifics (cont.)
    • Driver and Vehicle Required Categories
      • System-created
      • RateManager expects driver information on category id 1, and vehicle information on category id 2 in order to complete Driver Assignment
    April 13-16, 2008 Dallas, Texas © 2008 by Skywire Software. All rights reserved.
  • 14. Personal Auto Line of Business Specifics (cont.)
    • Driver and Vehicle Required Categories
    April 13-16, 2008 Dallas, Texas © 2008 by Skywire Software. All rights reserved.
  • 15. Personal Auto Line of Business Specifics (cont.)
    • Driver-Vehicle System Category
      • System-created
      • Only functional after Driver Assignment has created pairs of drivers and vehicles
      • Allows RateManager to access both driver variables and vehicle variables from the same algorithm
      • Example: Bodily Injury Algorithm uses Driver Point Factor variable as well as Vehicle Model Year Factor, so its working category should be Driver-Vehicle
    April 13-16, 2008 Dallas, Texas © 2008 by Skywire Software. All rights reserved.
  • 16. Personal Auto Line of Business Specifics (cont.)
    • Driver-Vehicle System Category
    April 13-16, 2008 Dallas, Texas © 2008 by Skywire Software. All rights reserved.
  • 17. Personal Auto Line of Business Specifics (cont.)
    • Driver Assignment Module
      • Where the Driver Assignment-specific algorithms are created
      • Driver Assignment-specific algorithms can be Global across entire line of business, or local to specific programs
      • Driver Assignment-specific algorithms can be revisioned for rate changes
    April 13-16, 2008 Dallas, Texas © 2008 by Skywire Software. All rights reserved.
  • 18. Personal Auto Line of Business Specifics (cont.)
    • Driver Assignment Module
    April 13-16, 2008 Dallas, Texas © 2008 by Skywire Software. All rights reserved.
  • 19. <Insert Picture Here> Examine Core Driver Assignment Functions
  • 20. Core Driver Assignment Functions
    • Driver Assignment Building Blocks
    • Ranking
    • Flagging
    • Assigning
  • 21. Core Driver Assignment Functions (cont.)
    • Driver Assignment Building Blocks
      • Driver Assignment Scenario
      • Ranking algorithms
      • Flagging algorithms
    April 13-16, 2008 Dallas, Texas © 2008 by Skywire Software. All rights reserved. Core Driver Assignment Functions (cont.)
  • 22. Core Driver Assignment Functions (cont.)
    • Ranking
      • Steps added in Driver Assignment Scenario
      • Uses Rank Driver and Rank Vehicle algorithms
      • Examples: Rank all drivers (high-to-low); Rank unassigned vehicles (low-to-high)
    April 13-16, 2008 Dallas, Texas © 2008 by Skywire Software. All rights reserved. Core Driver Assignment Functions (cont.)
  • 23. Core Driver Assignment Functions (cont.)
    • Flagging
      • Steps added in Driver Assignment Scenario
      • Uses Flag Driver and Flag Vehicle algorithms
      • Examples: Flag 1 st ranked driver; Flag unassigned vehicles
    April 13-16, 2008 Dallas, Texas © 2008 by Skywire Software. All rights reserved. Core Driver Assignment Functions (cont.)
  • 24.
    • Assigning
      • Steps added in Driver Assignment Scenario
      • Examples: Assign 1 st ranked driver to 1 st ranked vehicle; Assign flagged driver to all unassigned vehicle; Assign all vehicles to principal operator
    Core Driver Assignment Functions (cont.) April 13-16, 2008 Dallas, Texas © 2008 by Skywire Software. All rights reserved.
  • 25. <Insert Picture Here> Evaluate Real-Life Examples
  • 26. Real-Life Examples
    • Highest Drivers to Highest Vehicles
    • Youthful Drivers First, then Principal Operators
    • All Drivers Versus All Vehicles
  • 27. Real-Life Examples (cont.)
    • Highest Drivers to Highest Vehicles
      • Rank drivers highest-to-lowest by Driver Class factor
      • Rank vehicles highest-to-lowest by model year
      • Assign highest ranked driver to highest ranked vehicle, second-highest ranked driver to second highest-ranked vehicle, and so on
    April 13-16, 2008 Dallas, Texas © 2008 by Skywire Software. All rights reserved. Real-Life Examples (cont.)
  • 28. Real-Life Examples (cont.)
    • Highest Drivers to Highest Vehicles
    April 13-16, 2008 Dallas, Texas © 2008 by Skywire Software. All rights reserved. Real-Life Examples (cont.)
  • 29. Real-Life Examples (cont.)
    • Highest Drivers to Highest Vehicles
    April 13-16, 2008 Dallas, Texas © 2008 by Skywire Software. All rights reserved. Real-Life Examples (cont.)
  • 30. Real-Life Examples (cont.)
    • Highest Drivers to Highest Vehicles
    April 13-16, 2008 Dallas, Texas © 2008 by Skywire Software. All rights reserved. Real-Life Examples (cont.)
  • 31. Real-Life Examples (cont.)
    • Youthful Drivers First, Then Principal Operators
      • Assign youthful drivers to the vehicles they operate the most using the Driver Use on Vehicle Percentage inputs
      • Assign remaining vehicles to the driver that operates it the most
      • Drivers may not be assigned to more than one vehicle during this assignment process
      • Assign excess vehicles to the driver with the lowest Driver Class factor
    April 13-16, 2008 Dallas, Texas © 2008 by Skywire Software. All rights reserved. Real-Life Examples (cont.)
  • 32. Real-Life Examples (cont.)
    • Youthful Drivers First, Then Principal Operators
    April 13-16, 2008 Dallas, Texas © 2008 by Skywire Software. All rights reserved. Real-Life Examples (cont.)
  • 33. Real-Life Examples (cont.)
    • Youthful Drivers First, Then Principal Operators
    April 13-16, 2008 Dallas, Texas © 2008 by Skywire Software. All rights reserved. Real-Life Examples (cont.)
  • 34. Real-Life Examples (cont.)
    • Youthful Drivers First, Then Principal Operators
    April 13-16, 2008 Dallas, Texas © 2008 by Skywire Software. All rights reserved. Real-Life Examples (cont.)
  • 35. Real-Life Examples (cont.)
    • All Drivers Versus All Vehicles
      • Assign the vehicles to the drivers that produce the highest total liability premium
      • Drivers may not be assigned to more than one vehicle during this assignment process
      • Assign excess vehicles to the driver with the highest Driver Class factor; should multiple drivers have the same Driver Class factor, assign younger drivers before older drivers
    April 13-16, 2008 Dallas, Texas © 2008 by Skywire Software. All rights reserved. Real-Life Examples (cont.)
  • 36. Real-Life Examples (cont.)
    • All Drivers Versus All Vehicles
    April 13-16, 2008 Dallas, Texas © 2008 by Skywire Software. All rights reserved. Real-Life Examples (cont.)
  • 37. Real-Life Examples (cont.)
    • All Drivers Versus All Vehicles
    April 13-16, 2008 Dallas, Texas © 2008 by Skywire Software. All rights reserved. Real-Life Examples (cont.)
  • 38. Real-Life Examples (cont.)
    • All Drivers Versus All Vehicles
    April 13-16, 2008 Dallas, Texas © 2008 by Skywire Software. All rights reserved. Real-Life Examples (cont.)
  • 39. Review
    • Determine Driver Assignment Objectives
    • Reveal Personal Auto Line of Business Specifics
    • Examine Core Driver Assignment Functions
    • Evaluate Real-Life Examples
  • 40.