(Photo by Evan Swigart.)
Xchanging, a business, procurement and services provider specializing in the London market and other insurance centers, has launched its Mobile Claims Agreement Service on its X-presso hub. Xchanging calls the new service the first app of its kind to provide claims agreement facilities directly from an iPad, allowing market participants to adjust, query and decline claims on an anytime/anywhere basis.
The app can be accessed through this link without charge at the iTunes store for existing ECF (Electronic Claim File) users using their current credentials.
“We are committed to providing innovative technology solutions to support the insurance market and enhance productivity. X-presso is designed to provide users with a choice about how they work, whether carrying out business on the move or face to face,” comments Jim Sadler, CIO, Xchanging. “By combining the strong relationships upon which the market is built with advances in technology, we have created a hub which offers the best of both worlds, and a more efficient and flexible way of working.”
The X-presso hub, which launched in Feb. 2013, is designed to foster the modernization of the insurance market, according to Xchanging. It provides content for market participants as well as being a locus for a community enabling them to communicate. It is supported by Xchanging’s X-presso Wi-Fi network.
The Mobile Claims Agreement Service follows other capabilities added to the X-presso hub since its launch, such as Aromo, which allows underwriters, brokers and claims professionals what Xchanging characterizes as an easy, efficient and intuitive way to book appointments and track activity with each another regardless of their locations.
“Our Mobile Claims Agreement Service is just the latest enhancement to X-presso,” Sadler emphasizes. “We will continue to build the platform to ensure that we not only answer current market needs, but anticipate solutions which will be required in the future.”
Screenshot of Mobile Claims Agreement Service iPad user interface.