Openly Adopts Bees360 to Enhance Property Inspections 

Openly seeks push the boundaries in delivering an efficient and transparent homeowners insurance experience for both agents and customers alike.

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Bees360, (Houston) a provider of drone-assisted,  AI–powered property inspection services, has announced that Openly (Boston), a premium homeowners insurance provider has adopted Bees360’s technology to further streamline insurance claims property inspections and support the company’s policyholders.

Gina Reyes, VP, Claims, Openly.

“This partnership underscores the shared vision of Openly and Bees360 in pushing the boundaries of technological innovation within the insurance industry, ultimately benefiting insurance agents, policyholders, and the industry as a whole,” comments Gina Reyes, VP, Claims, Openly. “We look forward to working alongside Bees360 to continue to deliver an efficient and transparent homeowners insurance experience for both agents and customers alike.”

Bees360’s drone and proprietary AI technology delivers what the vendor calls a revolutionary claims inspection experience that improves accuracy and efficiency with precision in every pixel. The severity of wind & hail damage can be overlooked or misrepresented, but leveraging the technology advancements delivered by Bees360 mitigates those risks and provides a more reliable assessment, the vendor asserts.

Andy Liu, CEO, Bees360.

Setting a New Industry Standard

“Our partnership with Openly advances the prior boundaries inherent to property inspections in the insurance sector,” comments Andy Liu, founder & CEO, Bees360. “By combining Openly’s expertise with our drone-enabled, AI technology, we are confident in setting a new industry standard, delivering efficiency and accuracy in property assessments.”

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Anthony R. O’Donnell // Anthony O'Donnell is Executive Editor of Insurance Innovation Reporter. For nearly two decades, he has been an observer and commentator on the use of information technology in the insurance industry, following industry trends and writing about the use of IT across all sectors of the insurance industry. He can be reached at or (503) 936-2803.

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