Up and Coming

Prouty, Georges
January 2010
Best's Review;Jan2010, Vol. 110 Issue 9, p76
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the significance of the analytics and typical claims management systems in improving quality and efficiency of claims handling by the property/casualty claims departments. It states that such a system allows the insurance company to improve its loss reduction and claims management, while reducing costs, and increasing operational efficiencies. It adds that the system can provide the company a wide range of analytic capability and access across functional areas.


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