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Buildings such as this marina suffered heavy damage from Hurricane Charley, which threatened Tampa, Fla., and sent winds and rain as far as North Carolina. Source: Beau McCune.
MADISON Insurance companies headquartered in Wisconsin are using the latest information technology to speed claims processing for disaster victims. These companies are quickly respon......

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Tschudy noted that the claims process depends largely on what the credit unions prefer, so there are also field staff available in Florida. Simplicity is the key, he said.

While American Family Insurance, also headquartered in Madison, expected no losses from Hurricane Charley, its
Full article >>> n go on and use our policy holder technology to overlay the storm area, he said. You can see how many claims are likely in an area.

The data was especially useful during the Colorado wildfires. Using data from the U.S. Forest Service, the company could anticipate how many customers would be affected, and determine whether or not to send a catastrophe response team.

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Source:wistechnology.com By Karla Wotruba 08/25/04


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