01 Mar edjuster Highlights the Power of exclaim SaaS Platform in Protecting Client Property Claims Data
NASHVILLE, TN—March 1, 2018— edjuster, North America’s leading provider of SaaS-based software and services to the property contents insurance marketplace, today announced the outline of its “Content Claims Handling and the Importance of Data Privacy” protocol. In response to heightened awareness around cybersecurity threats in the insurance industry, edjuster highlights the necessity of protecting client data throughout the contents inventory process.
An aspect of content claims that is often underestimated or overlooked is the importance of protecting customer data. As customer data is collected from the field or directly from customers, it can reside in multiple systems, presenting data security risks to insurers. It is critical that companies dealing with client data take the necessary steps to ensure that all customer data is adequately protected.
edjuster’s data privacy overview outlines the risks associated with managing client data and highlights the strength of exclaim, edjuster’s proprietary SaaS contents platform which offers the capabilities required for effective management of Personally Identifiable Information (PII), while ensuring that client claims data is secure throughout the entire claims lifecycle.
“If there is one thing we have learned in over eighteen years of working in property claims, it is the importance of protecting client data during the content claims process and ensuring we are taking all steps necessary to minimize risk and exposure of liability,” said Andy Williams, edjuster’s CEO. “We are excited to share our guide to protecting customer data and to highlight the strengths of our software and service processes in this important aspect of claims management.”
We are committed to continuing to invest in the important area of protecting client data. Download our overview to learn more about how edjuster can help protect you and your clients during the property claims management process.