Ventiv Technology Announces Formation of Data Transformation Business Unit, Serving Carriers, TPAs and Other Insurance Entities

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Helmed by industry leader Dawn Zoppa, Ventiv’s Data Transformation services builds on the company’s deep experience in data conversion and consolidation. Attendees at National Workers’ Comp are invited to meet Ms. Zoppa at booth #523.

Ventiv’s new Data Transformation unit empowers organizations to overcome their data challenges and gain the competitive advantage that is so critical in today’s market.

Nov. 11, 2015 (LAS VEGAS) – Ventiv Technology, a global leader in claims, risk and safety technology solutions, today announced the formation of its Data Transformation business unit. The unit performs data consolidation, conversion, correction and delivery for insurance entities, including carriers and TPAs. Ventiv’s data-processing solutions are recognized as among the industry’s very best; Ventiv Data Transformation delivers powerful data-management services that provide insurance entities reduced data-related costs while increasing speed, accuracy and predictability.

Dawn Zoppa, an insurance-technology industry leader with more than 20 years of experience, leads Ventiv’s Data Transformation unit. Ms. Zoppa’s experience in technology solutions, claims administration, cost containment data transformation and risk management makes her uniquely qualified for this role, in which she will provide meaningful, relevant data solutions to Ventiv’s insurance-entity clients.

Ms. Zoppa will be attending this week’s National Workers’ Compensation and Disability Conference (NWCDC) in Las Vegas. Ventiv invites NWCDC attendees to visit booth #523 to meet with Ms. Zoppa.

Said Dawn Zoppa, Vice President and Practice Leader of Ventiv Technology’s Data Transformation business unit: “Insurance entities today want bigger and better data stacks so they can perform more extensive analysis in support of business decisions. The data elements being captured and reviewed need to be broader than ever, and the data quality must be higher than ever, as well. Ventiv has extensive experience working with all types of data from all sorts of sources, including claims, policies, exposures, medical bill review results and litigation, to name just a few. By constantly measuring our services against the key benchmarks of accuracy, consistency, relevance, completeness and timeliness, Ventiv’s Data Transformation services not only reduce data management costs for our clients, but also vastly improve the quality of data processing.”

Said Stephen Rhee, CEO, Ventiv Technology: “Carriers, TPAs and other insurance entities know that data is the lifeblood of their enterprise. Data is the foundation of the analytics that support core operations across policy, billing and claims; analytics is also critical to monitoring the business, creating new products and programs, satisfying client needs and fulfilling regulatory requirements. Ventiv has a proven record of processing large volumes of data across many sources, and we do it on time and more accurately and cost-efficiently than our clients can do it internally. In short, Ventiv’s new Data Transformation unit empowers organizations to overcome their data challenges and gain the competitive advantage that is so critical in today’s market.”

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About Ventiv Technology:
With more than 40 years of experience, Ventiv is the global leader in technology that transforms how organizations manage risk, claims and safety. As a cloud-based risk management information systems provider, Ventiv delivers risk, claims and safety software solutions to more than 550 enterprises and 270,000 people in 51 countries. A global company based in London with its U.S. headquarters in Chicago, Ventiv has 11 offices and more than 300 employees in the U.S., E.U., Asia and Australia. More information about Ventiv can be found at http://www.ventivtech.com and @VentivTech.

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Glenn Peake
glenn.peake(at)ventivtech.com
404.394.1331

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