Vehcon Debuts MVerity On-Demand at Connected Car USA 2016

MVerity On-Demand lets organizations request, on-demand and in real time, only the specific data required from each particular user or vehicle.

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Vehcon, Inc., an Atlanta-based provider of vehicle data solutions to insurers and other parties, has debuted an enhanced version of its MVerity system at the Connected Car USA 2016 conference in Chicago. The vendor characterizes the new offering, MVerity On-Demand, as the industry’s first no-hardware, no-mobile-app solution to deliver a wide range of timely, accurate and “visually verified” vehicle data.

Fred Blumer, CEO, Vehcon.

Fred Blumer, CEO, Vehcon.

MVerity On-Demand collects, validates and reports accurate mileage readings, VIN, vehicle configuration and condition, and other key vehicle data in a user-friendly manner the vendor likens to the simplicity of taking a picture.

Recognizing the varying data needs of insurance carriers, fleet managers and road-use charge programs, MVerity On-Demand lets organizations request, on-demand and in real time, only the specific data required from each particular user or vehicle. Vehcon asserts that the solution easily accommodates both structured and ad-hoc data requirements without custom software development or complex data integration.

Simpler, More Flexible Solution

MVerity On-Demand also operates without requiring users to download a mobile app or install intrusive tracking devices. Vehcon says that any connected mobile device—including smartphones, feature phones and flip-phones—can now be MVerity-enabled, while maintaining complete user privacy and transparency.

“Customers asked for a simpler, more flexible solution, with minimal integration effort and without privacy concerns,” comments Fred Blumer, CEO, Vehcon. “In response, we expanded MVerity to accommodate the varying needs of the marketplace. The result is a simple data collection tool for our partners.”

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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 [email protected] or (503) 936-2803.

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