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- Data Mining.
- Web Mining.
- Ultra-Safe Cloud Adoption.
- Services Intergration.
- Multi-Site Backoffice.
- Developing Interoperability.
- Case File Tracking.
Needle in a haystack. Use technology so you know where to look.
In the busy world of insurance claims, the sheer daily volume can be a challenge. Working on behalf of a large insurance investigation company, assessment of the entire process was studied in detail.
With so many external database used to validate an address and assess a person’s identity, how to avoid the many hours being spent accessing websites and looking up information from 3rd party services available to the industry.
Status driven processes and seamless API integration. Most data services are available via API, Royal Mail, Equifax, Experian, DVLA, MIAFTR, Electoral Roll, Google, Facebook to name just a few. Human querying of these types of data sources were the first processes to be automated. Using direct API integration, we were able to eliminate many hours of manual data entry and query processes.
As time moved forward and further automation system were implemented, the software was able to find links and identify a group of individuals responsible for millions of pounds worth of claims that were immediately investigated by the now, not so rushed, skilled staff members.
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We take the time to learn about your business and to understand your long term objectives. That’s what helps us to develop the system that best fits your needs. It starts with a detailed pre-purchase analysis of your requirements, moves on to design and development using the most appropriate model and continues to grow with your business long after implementation.
Large businesses understand the benefits of technology, and continually look to see where improvements can be made. With the advent of server-less architecture and APIs, improvements are limitless.