Aon beefs up analytics centre with 30 new jobs

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9 December 2013 | 0

Thirty new jobs are to be created at Aon’s centre for innovation and analytics (ACIA) in Dublin. The Centre, one of only two in the world, opened in 2008 and already employs 100 people. The new roles will be in data warehousing, database management, application, business intelligence, data modelling and predictive analytics.

The ACIA team supports clients and Aon team members across the globe through the provision of advanced insurance research, analytics and business intelligence and has designed and developed the world’s largest proprietary platform of insurance placement data.

Constantin Beier, CEO, ACIA, said: “This investment highlights Aon’s commitment to innovation and analytics and demonstrates the growing use of data and business intelligence by the insurance industry. The calibre of our Dublin based team, our analytical tools and the nature of the insights that we share with clients across the globe is a real differentiator for Aon.”

Chairman of the ACIA, Stephen Cross, said: “Through the team in Dublin and our second centre in Singapore, we are already meeting the evolving demands of our clients in over 120 countries across the globe by equipping them with the level of insight and analysis that is not available anywhere else. The insurance industry is built on the platform of risk management and mitigation.”

The new positions are expected to be filled by March 2014.

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