On August 23, Built in Chicago recognized Aclaimant as a major player in Chicago’s insurance technology industry. Although the companies on this list are diverse, all use modern technology to improve an underserved space in the insurance industry, such as using mobile apps to file auto claims, or using predictive analytics to save money on car insurance. Given the amount of fresh ideas here, it’s no surprise that insurance technology—or insurtech, as it is often called—is expected to grow exponentially as new technologies continue to improve outdated processes.
In my career I’ve worked for a couple of the world’s finest risk technology firms. I thought my last job was my last job in risk technology. It was a great run working with amazing people, but it was time to do something new.
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Aclaimant is proud to announce the appointment of Scott Goodreau, US COO of SCM, the leading Canadian provider of Claims and Risk Management Services, to their advisory board. Scott brings a wealth of knowledge in the insurance industry to the Aclaimant team, with previous roles including CSO and Super Regional President of Hub International, a top ten global broker.
Today, Aclaimant is proud to announce a partnership with Michigan based CompOne, part of the FDI Group. At Aclaimant, we strive to find forward thinking partners, who recognize that innovation and technology can help to improve the experience for their insureds and the outcomes that they receive.
As part of the partnership, Aclaimant will be working closely with the team at CompOne to integrate our systems as well as to provide ongoing support to the CompOne team in distributing our system to their clientele.
The Rules of Engagement in military terms are defined as “a directive issued by a military authority specifying the circumstances and limitations under which forces will engage in combat with the enemy." At Aclaimant, we are waging a war against the status quo when it comes to digitizing the incident reporting process and creating technological tools of engagement that reduce the ultimate cost of risk for employee’s, employers and carriers...
Zig Ziglar is quoted as saying “If you aim at nothing, you will hit it every time.” The insurance industry has traditionally lagged behind the Software as a Service (SaaS) model. As a result of our own experience in the claims administration process our target market continues to expand because the phrase “timing is everything” is universally applicable for an employee, employer and carrier...
Aclaimant partners with the Michigan based Mason-McBride Insurance Agency and Financial Services firm to bring real time incident reporting and risk mitigation services to its insureds
As a strategic partner, Aclaimant is proud to be associated with an agency that is recognized by its ISO 9001:2000 certified designation. Their registered trademark “Risk is our Business” exemplifies the vision and mission of both organizations.
So what does the difference between wants and needs, first impressions and second chances, have to do with winning the war on insurance rates? Why should a staffing firm owner think like an underwriter but act like an innovator? How does your understanding of the economic impact of what to do ‘before, during and after” a work related incident is reported reduce the ultimate cost of risk?
The original vision for Aclaimant was to find a mobile app solution to reduce the costs associated with the need to dramatically shorten lag time reporting period. Why were so many industry groups taking so long to report an incident? Why wasn’t there a tool of engagement that recognized the importance of winning the race to the data? Why isn’t access to the information supply chain available in real time?