How does the real estate industry cope with the demands of the growing digital shift? One way was to consult innovators who support the same movement. A real estate company headquartered in San Francisco with branches in Los Angeles had reached out to A1 Enterprise to help them transition. As an initial request, it opted to go through with the Claims Management Software in which they could do property management and document management solution. Eventually, it mentioned that they may be also needing the litigation module that would serve them the efficiency of tracking litigation possibilities, among others, the litigation type, the name of the opposing party, the case options, the name of the opposing counsel.
Claims Management Module
At the initial part of the demonstration, it was mentioned that every module serves different functionalities. Claims Management, however, is integrated into every other module. It can be linked to CRM and Contact Management, Dashboard Software, and Asset Module.
Upon entering its homepage, the assigned administrator is allowed to filter the required data based on their reporting criteria, such as the number of claims that their business needs to track, the claim type, the total costs, and the contact numbers of a person who added a claim. Upon customization, the administrator may access the detailed information for the claim on the drop-down interface.
It could be seen that the claims tab is separated by category. It has an area allotted for notes and file attachments where the user can attach multiple documents by simply dragging and dropping the item desired.
This feature summarizes the information added in the portal. It serves as an analytical report based on the type of claims added. It could produce monthly or yearly reports. If you want detailed information, you can simply click the claim and edit it in a report panel.
Property claims management would be more efficient since this interface also allows the administrator to modify any of the integrated modules, which could be the assets module, contracts module for adjusters, tenants, and carriers, claims, and expenses module.
Document management could be a tedious task that’s why it is wiser to integrate it into software. This feature shows how claim forms work. It allows claimants to log in to the system and report the claim by answering the claim type, reporting location, date when the report was complete and who completed the claim, the amount for settlement, and the claim summary. These will be then sent to the software and the administrator will be notified. Thus, the administrator doesn’t have to manually input the claim since the claimant can fill out the form beforehand. This efficiency varies in terms of pricing – from hosting, to its implementation, to the number of users, to the duration of annual licensing and support, and options for inclusion litigation and portal features.
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