Carlsbad,CA (PRWEB) June 01, 2015
ACD, a leading auto claims technology, decision support, advisory and service network firm to the property and casualty industry announced record breaking accuracy results during the first quarter of 2015.
SubroLink™, the leading subrogation technology solution in the auto and property claims industry recorded record results during the first three months of 2015. Audited accuracy savings rose 13.8%. Rental, storage and parts were strong drivers in savings with fourteen other categories also providing solid numbers. Data also available within SubroLink™ includes detailed negotiation and demand analysis of over 315 national insurers.
“The wealth of data SubroLink™ compiles enables a subscribing insurer to analyze demand trends, carrier responses and historical data so they can manage an area of claims that traditionally lacks visibility. SubroLink’s™ powerful technology empowers subrogation departments to ensure they are only paying for what is truly owed and also plan how to effectively manage the entire process,” stated Ernie Bray, CEO of ACD. “SubroLink™ can manage a vital process often relegated to the back burner. While many insurers are concerned with LAE costs associated with the beginning stages of a claim, a poor subrogation process at the end leads to millions of dollars lost to their organization,” added Bray.
SubroLink™ is just one of the technology solutions available through ACD’s suite of scalable, cloud-based technology offerings.
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.