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COUNTRY Financial (Bloomington, Ill.) reports that it has adopted Loveland Innovations’ (Alpine, Utah) IMGING and its proprietary AI-powered damage detection to centralize the collection and analysis of its property claim data. Using IMGING’s inspection tools and data analysis capabilities, adjusters, analysts, auditors, and management can collaborate using one single source of property claims data, according to a joint statement. Through this engagement, Loveland Innovations will provide COUNTRY Financial’s property claims department with IMGING’s inspection platform and on-demand virtual inspection services.
“We were searching for an end-to-end inspection and data solution, and with Loveland Innovations, we found it,” comments John Butkus, Director, Property Claims, COUNTRY Financial. “From minimizing adjuster time on roofs with the use of our drones, to utilizing their IMGING On-Demand inspection service with our field staff and desk adjusting team, to centralizing claim data in one platform, Loveland Innovations has built an ecosystem that checks all of the boxes for property claims. We are now doing in IMGING what used to require multiple vendors.”
“COUNTRY Financial is a leader in adopting innovative technologies in the property casualty insurance sector,” says Jim Loveland, Founder and CEO, Loveland Innovations. “They understand the future of property claims processing is about simplifying and streamlining workflows through advanced technologies that reduce cycle times and produce consistent and meaningful results. We’re excited about our partnership with COUNTRY Financial and the opportunity to work together with them in realizing their new vision of workflows and property analytics.”
Designed to Make Collaboration Simple
Loveland Innovations describes IMGING, as a property data and inspection platform that serves as a centralized hub for all captured claims data. The solution automates and makes consistent data capture easy with patented technology, provides precise 3-D models and measurements, organizes photos to custom specifications in the cloud, uses automated artificial intelligence to identify potential damage for adjuster review, and makes reporting, sharing, and collaboration simple, the vendor says.