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The State of Maryland’s Transit Administration Office of Safety, Quality Assurance, & Risk Management (MTA), a division of the Maryland Department of Transportation (Annapolis), has selected PCIS’ ClaimsVISION.
PCIS, a New York-based provider of claims management software and risk management information systems (RMIS), reports that it was cited as MTA’s first choice, stating to the State Board of Public Works that “(PCIS) offered a technical proposal that provides a superior data migration plan and high-caliber software.”
MTA will make use of PCIS’ migration services as an integral part of the project as the organization currently has multiple legacy systems, including more than 30 databases and 485 tables of legacy data which will be consolidated into a single system, according to a PCIS statement. The vendor will centralize and migrate MTA’s data into its ClaimsVISION SaaS platform to administer the organization’s liability, property, and bodily injury claims.
The MTA will utilize ClaimsVISION claims management software to efficiently store, track, manage and resolve its approximately 5,400 incidents per year resulting from the transit system including CityLink, LocalLink, Commuter Buses, Light RailLink, Metro SubwayLink, Maryland Area Regional Commuter (MARC) Train Service, and Paratransit (MobilityLink), the PCIS statement says.
Key benefits The MTA will enjoy from ClaimsVISION include the following, by PCIS’s description:
- Complex data migration from a legacy environment comprised of multiple applications, databases, and hundreds of tables
- Automated Compliance reporting for CMS Medicare, ISO Claim Search,
- Data exchanging with various vehicle and asset management systems
- Web Intake, litigation, payments, intelligent reporting
“With this latest win, ClaimsVISION has solidified its position as one of the fastest growing claims management and RMIS platforms in the Transportation & Logistics Industry,” comments Georgette Loizou, Executive VP, PCIS. “In an era marked by cut-rate technology providers, it is vital to note that there are still full-service shops with core competency in complex data conversions and data environment modernization.”
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