Verisk and Seek Now Collaborate to Transform Property Insurance Claims Processing
Verisk and Seek Now Collaborate to Transform Property Insurance Claims Processing
Verisk has partnered with Seek Now to transform the claims assessment procedure within the property insurance domain.

This strategic alliance entails Verisk incorporating Seek Now’s advanced technology into its array of property estimating solutions, aimed at streamlining damage assessment processes and enhancing overall claims efficiency.

Mutual clients of Verisk and Seek Now stand to gain significantly from this integration, as it promises a simplified and expedited claims resolution journey. This collaborative effort is poised to yield improved claims outcomes and elevate policyholder experiences by leveraging cutting-edge technologies.

By facilitating seamless data exchange and real-time routing capabilities, the partnership endeavors to significantly reduce cycle times associated with property insurance claims, ushering in a new era of efficiency and effectiveness in the claims processing landscape.

Russ Carroll, CEO of Seek Now, said, “By integrating directly within Verisk’s Property Estimating Solutions, every adjuster within our extensive network of mutual insurance carrier customers gains swift access to ground truth data, often within just 24 hours. Regardless of the claim type—whether it’s wind/hail, interior, water damage, or any other—adjusters will now enjoy a seamless pathway to enhance their adjudication processes, thus ensuring superior service for home and business owners like never before.”

Aaron Brunko, president of property estimating solutions, Verisk, also commented, saying: “Verisk continues to expand our open ecosystem and to innovate to help our clients complete their important work with greater ease, efficiency and accuracy.”

He added: “We’re pleased to add Seek Now to our collaborative ecosystem in an effort to accelerate claims efficiency and have a positive impact on the entire insurance value chain.”

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