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  • Patrizia AG akquires stake in Cognotekt

     Cognotekt |   01.10.2019

    PATRIZIA AG, a global partner for pan-European real estate investment, has acquired a strategic stake in Cognotekt. The investment aims to further enhance the company’s operational and corporate data management processes with Cognotekt’s unique natural mind-mapping natural language technology (NLP) Wernicke®. It was identified within a global and cross industrial technology scouting process analysing more than 1,000 promising solutions. Cognotekt remains independent and owner managed.

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  • Automated eligibility verification in health insurance

     Magazin Versicherungswirtschaft |   Dr. Jobst Landgrebe |   15.11.2018

    “The true digitalisation potential is not the paperless office, but the automation of business processes by means of digital technologies.” – In the November 2018 issue of the German journal Versicherungswirtschaft, Dr. Jobst Landgrebe gives an overview of the application of Artificial Intelligence for automated eligibility verification in private health insurance. His résumé: The technology exists, but organisations need to join in.

    Specialist article “Vom Regelautomaten zur kognitiven Maschine – Künstliche Intelligenz erschließt ungeahnte Potenziale im PKV-Schadenmanagement” read online (Paywall, German language)

  • Cognotekt named a Top-25 Insurtech

     Cognotekt |   Christoph Lieck |   26.02.2018

    British management consultancy Oxbow Partners has named Cognotekt a Top-25 technology firm with great impact on the insurance industry according to their InsurTech Impact Report 2018. Cognotekt has been invited to join Oxbows InsurTech Impact 25 Forum as a Member accordingly.

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  • SV Versicherung uses Cognotekt AI

     Herbert Frommes Versicherungsmonitor |   Anna Gentrup |   07.12.2017

    SV Sparkassenversicherung is one of the largest public insurance companies in Germany, with some 4 million customers. The company has initiated a pilot project using artificial intelligence (AI) in its claims management process. The project focuses on the billing of automotive glass damage, where the subsidiary SV Informatik uses an algorithm for reading and checking submitted workshop invoices. The AI technology comes from the company Cognotekt.

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