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Church Mutual Insurance Company (Milwaukee, Wisconsin), an insurer focused on faith-based organizations and other compatible markets has entered into an agreement to deploy Roost’s (Sunnyvale, Calif.) Property Telematics Service to help mitigate claim costs. Roost reports that Church Mutual will be the first insurance company to provide its members with the new commercial grade Roost Protection360 Service with 24/7 alert and verification of water leak, freeze and power outage.
“At Church Mutual Insurance Company, we are very happy to be working with Roost to deliver this innovative solution to our members,” comments Rich Poirier, president and CEO, Church Mutual. “It is important to our mission to provide premier service and to go above and beyond to protect our customers. The Roost Protection360 Service will do just that by protecting our policyholders’ properties and providing them with a proactive monitoring service.”
Church Mutual’s policyholders will benefit from 24/7 alert management focused on water leak, freezing temperature and power outage situations, the vendor reports. Roost says its new commercial grade wireless technology provides extended range, suitable for properties up to 25,000 square feet, and allows a simple “zero-install” installation experience, enabling initial connection in less than 5 minutes. The insureer will also look to strengthen its engagement with members through a Church Mutual branded mobile app.
“We are thrilled to be working with Church Mutual Insurance Company as our first Commercial Property Telematics partner for the Protection360 Service,” comments Roel Peeters, co-founder and CEO of Roost. “We believe that this complete solution will provide a compelling value to both Church Mutual and their insured property owners to mitigate the damage and cost that comes with a water leak or freezing pipe situation while also helping them to build strong engagement with their members.”