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Reinsurance Treaty Calculator

, 19 Aug 2013
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A very intuitive treaty calculator for the reinsurance industry

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Introduction

This is a calculator application for the reinsurance industry. It can be used by Reinsurance agent, broker, underwriter and actuaries.  

It helps in user to calculate the exposure by applying the various reinsurance treaties (quota share, surplus share treaty, etc.) It also generates a very intuitive 3D graph as a result of the calculation.  

Background 

Reinsurance companies uses various kinds of treaties to write the insurance. It is very difficult to learn and master the treaty for the beginner and computation of treaty exposure is time consuming and daunting tasks. This app will help in overcoming this problem. They can just feed in the values and results will be shown in the table and in the 3D graph. 

Using the app 

User can interact with the app using voice commands, keyboard and touch.

When the app is launched it shows the fields where user can enter values.

User can enter the values by using keyboard or voice command. He can also shift to other fields using keyboard, mouse and voice command. He can issue the voice command "Previous" or "Next" to shift the focus to different field.

Once the user enter the values he can touch on "Ok" button or issue a voice command "OK'. He can also cancel or close the app using touch or voice command "Cancel", "Close".   

Following is the list of the voice commands that can be used in the application

  • Numeric values, 
  • Previous 
  • Next
  • Ok
  • Cancel
  • Close   

 Apart from this user can also use touch and keyboard. 

Development platform 

This application will be a windows store app and will be developed in C# programming language. 

It will call WinRT system services API internally. 

History 

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License

This article, along with any associated source code and files, is licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)

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About the Author

Azghar Hussain
Architect
India India
I have around 11+ years of experience in software development. I started my career by programming in Win32 and MFC. Later I worked on Java Swings and MSBI for couple of years. I am currently working ASP.net and QtFramework (C, C++).

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GeneralThanks! PinstaffKevin Priddle21-Aug-13 12:16 
GeneralRe: Thanks! PinprofessionalAzghar Hussain21-Aug-13 19:12 
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