PensionsConcerto and IFATools are now close to the end of beta.
Creating corporate dashboards using bespoke websites but also Microsoft PowerBI.
WebPocketMoney released early in May 2017.
Migrating more than 40 websites and associated databases from a windows webserver to the cloud (Microsoft Azure).
Production of a secure cloud based management and marketing dashboard giving an up to date picture of client activity.
Successfully updating calculation software for a client to enable it to perform six times the amount of work in less than twice the time.
Performing a variety of extensive simulation calculations for a client.
Congratulations to Patrick Lee who has just (May 2018) completed the Microsoft Professional Program for Data Science (an online course offered by Microsoft via edX) with an average score across the 10 courses of over 96%. Patrick is also acting as a point of contact/mentor on datascienceactuaries.net for those interested in taking that Microsoft Professional Program.
You can find out more about Patrick’s experience in doing the Data Science Program here.
New blog post by Patrick Lee: Microsoft Teams allowing guest user access?
Blog post by Patrick Lee: A (UK) Pensions Data Format Standard – let’s make it happen! (Part 2).
Blog post by Patrick Lee: Moving pensions and insurance towards Web 3.0.
Blog post by Patrick Lee: Useful charts for business/data analysis in Excel 2016.
Blog post by Patrick Lee: How corporate pension liabilities could vary by 10% or more, even on an agreed set of assumptions.
Blog post by Patrick Lee: Creating a corporate dashboard (using OData and Microsoft PowerBI).
Blog post by Patrick Lee: WebPocketMoney: an easy way to track your children’s pocket money balances online, with a natural “Tell me” user interface.
Blog post by Patrick Lee: Migrating to the cloud (Microsoft Azure and Office 365).
After doing this with WebPocketMoney, we are delighted to be starting the process of adding #AI (Artificial Intelligence, in line with Microsoft’s general strategy) to our other client products!
We are preparing to add products to Microsoft’s Office 365 stores.
For the past 5.5 years, InQA founder Patrick Lee has been a member of the Council of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries. He was re-elected in June 2016 and is currently serving on its Management Board.