Aviva introduces practical automobile claims technology

Aviva introduces practical automobile claims technology

Insurer says a record will streamline a claims process

Photo copyright: 123RF.com/ Karsten NegliaAviva Canada’s personal and blurb automobile word clients will now be means to contention photos of car repairs when filing claims by a newly combined AvivaExpress app.

The insurer partnered with U.S.-based Snapsheet, a developer of practical claims technology, to emanate a app. Images uploaded from a app are assessed by Snapsheet appraisers, who travel business by a claims process.

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In a commander project, Aviva found that a app authorised business to settle claims 20–40% faster than by normal channels.

“We know any explain is an upsetting knowledge for a customers,” Lynn Anderson, Aviva Canada’s interim arch claims officer, pronounced in a news release. “This is because Aviva is charity AvivaExpress powered by Snapsheet—a digital and self-serve choice to assistance business get behind to what’s critical sooner.”

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