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White paper on busting three common driver risk management myths that could put your business at risk.
Published: 01/31/2012 in Software / Technology
Extending the impact of risk management: Why you should care about automating and advancing your risk management program through innovative technology.
Published: 11/01/2010 in Captives / Self-Insurance
Berkshire Hathaway Homestate Companies (BHHC) is a group of six regional insurance carriers. In this case study, Terry McKelvey, vice president of IT in the workers’ comp division of BHHC, discusses the benefits her company experienced after implemen
Published: 08/03/2014 in Workers’ Comp & Disability
As costs continue to rise, participants are looking for methods to identify costs that can be controlled and ways to handle claims more efficiently. With this shift, it’s important to look for system features that help you make effective UR decisions and
Best practices white paper for driver risk management and fostering a culture of driver safety.
Published: 03/11/2009 in Software / Technology
With the rapid growth in the enterprise use of cloud-computing comes a corresponding increase in responsibility on the part of vendors to provide cloud-computing platforms that offer outstanding service delivery.
Published: 09/01/2010 in Software / Technology
Gain greater confidence in your interactions with actuaries and triangle reports that more accurately project your firm's expected losses.
The 2013 CoreLogic Storm Surge Report examines single-family residential structures (homes) exposed to potential hurricane-driven storm-surge damage along the Gulf and Atlantic coasts in the U.S, including an evaluation of 2012’s Hurricane Sandy.
Published: 06/26/2015 in Captives / Self-Insurance
Systema Software is offering a white paper that outlines key criteria for a modern claims platform, and introduces emerging technologies that can further impact claims performance, such as Power BI and Wearables.
Everything your organization does involves some level of risk. Shouldn’t an organization’s strategy be driven by risk every day? Or should risk management be put on the sidelines and only called upon when something goes wrong?