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ProspectBase

Available from: Risk Metrics Corporation
ProspectBase™ is a web-based knowledge and management development system for marketing, underwriting, agency management and field associates within the commercial property & casualty insurance industry.

The system provides the business intelligence needed to target high probability prospects. Each comprehensive prospect profile is compiled from unique market intelligence sources and proprietary DataListerSM information, including carrier of record and policy X-dates. Other sources include Dun & Bradstreet, Experian and InfoUSA. Available specialty data includes property ownership information, premium estimates and commercial vehicle ownership information and other industry specific content.
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