Carlsbad,CA (PRWEB) May 11, 2015
ACD, a leading auto claims technology, decision support, advisory and network management firm to the property and casualty industry announced its Chief Technology Officer, Adam Nazar, has been nominated as a finalist for San Diego Magazine’s Top Tech Exec Awards, which honor outstanding information technology executives.
“We at ACD want to congratulate Adam for his vision in building out a robust, scalable infrastructure that has enabled us to become the leading technology provider in the insurance claims industry. His commitment and focus to working with our clients and meeting their needs has enabled insurers to receive the most modern claims workflow platform on the market,” stated Ernie Bray, CEO of ACD. “Adam and his technology division are continuously developing new solutions at a rapid pace which keeps us moving forward in our mission to connect the links of the entire auto and property claims value chain,” added Bray.
Nazar’s leadership has led ACD to cloud based solutions and modernization of its software offerings. He’s also co-authored a pending patent, and has been a key component of ACD’s entire product portfolio including Self(ie) Service™ which earned the Gold Stevie for mobile utility apps at the 2014 International Business Awards.
“It’s an honor to be nominated for this award. As the CTO of a company dedicated to driving innovation, it’s exciting to see the positive impact our software has on claims organizations nationwide,” stated Nazar. “It’s a joy to provide great software and solutions to our clients who having been struggling for years with legacy technology,” added Nazar.
Winners will be announced on May 14th 2015 at the San Diego Magazine Top Tech Exec Awards in Del Mar, California.
ACD creates transformative technology solutions for the P&C industry. Through advanced cloud-based solutions such as AutoLink™, PropertyLink™, SubroLink™ and SalvageLink™ to claims service network connections, ACD has been recognized as a leading software services company within the property and casualty industry. ACD delivers key information, decision support, auditing, consulting and serves to connect the links of the entire claims value chain. ACD is leading the drive to digitize the claims industry in a highly fragmented business sector. The firm has processed over $2.5 billion dollars in assessed damages.