Hurricane season is quickly approaching, with predictions of a busy summer. Currently, there have been fourteen named storms with seven developing into hurricanes. These predictions follow suite to last years hurricane season, which had proven to be hard a time for all affected by the weather.
Blue Cod Technologies, a leading provider in Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) for the Property and Casualty (P&C) industry, is ready to handle the needs and challenges of the P&C industry as they have a tried and true track record of handling a myriad of catastrophic events including (but not limited to) Hurricane Irma, Harvey and Superstorm Sandy. Blue Cod offers FNOL (First Notice of Loss) services, claims follow up services, setting reserves, assistance with adjusting claims, processing claims payments, as well as working with third party adjudication services; Blue Cod custom tailors a plan for their customer’s specific needs.
The call center team at Blue Cod has 12 years of P&C insurance experience, along with a tenacious knowledge about claims lifestyle and can assist with nearly any aspect of the claims process.
With the Constant Coverage Solution (CCS), Blue Cod Technologies offers the ability choose the services you need, when you need them. A client who utilizes Blue Cod CCS only pays for services when they are utilized, which saves a considerable amount of money; Blue Cod partners with their customers to build the appropriate CAT plan for you needs. In one particular event, Blue Cod provided 7 months of CAT services for an anonymous client, and saved them $418,250.00 by assisting with temporary staffing and adjustments. Staffing through Blue Cod alone was 25% cheaper than hiring temps directly; this meant on staffing alone $260,000.00 was saved in just seven months; with the adjuster, this client saved 65% or approximately $45,250.00 because they didn’t have to hire a full-time, internal adjuster.
Blue Cod is readily available and equipped to help in cataclysmic moments. Be sure that you are prepared for this Hurricane season.