Business News: DCI Solution, Origami Risk, CM Select

August 31, 2018

DCI Solution Announces New Canadian Subsidiary

DCI Solution announced it has opened a new Canadian subsidiary, DCI Solution Canada. The firm provides valuations for specialty vehicles in the U.S. including Total Loss, Diminished Value, and Right of Appraisal valuations.

Industry veterans Janet Jones and Keith Jones will head the operation. Janet Jones spent a good portion of her career with ICBC (Insurance Corporation British Columbia) in the claims area as an auto adjuster and litigated injury claims adjuster. Most recently Jshe served as a client services manager for WorkSafeBC.

Keith Jones spent the bulk of his career, over 23 years with ICBC as well in the Materials Damage Claims arena and most recently performed material damage claims management and vehicle valuations on a personal business venture level.

DCI Solution Canada can be reached at PO Box 21337 Valley Fair PO, Maple Ridge, British Columbia V2X 0S9,,, 855-324-5465

Origami Risk Launches Compliance Product for Insurers, Claims Administrators and Large Self-Insurers

Origami Risk, a risk and insurance Software as a Service (SaaS) technology firm, has launched Origami Compliance, a suite of solutions that provides adjusters with automated access to forms, rates, rules and regulations to streamline their adjudication process. Origami Compliance solutions are delivered via a web application programming interface (API) that operates behind the scenes to facilitate a reliable and secure connection with any claims management system.

The product integrates with any claims software and provides real-time access to up-to-date forms, laws, regulations and rates, helping to ensure compliance requirements are met. The solution, powered by a comprehensive rules engine, also makes it possible for adjusters to automatically have access to the most up-to-date forms, accurate calculations, current rates and up-to-date regulations.

The compliance rules engine evaluates claims activity to automatically fill out the correct document from Origami Compliance’s library of over 5,000 forms and letters of correspondence. The indemnity benefits rules engine further evaluates claims to calculate average weekly wage (AWW) and indemnity benefits. Furthermore, adjusters can leverage the system’s unique search engine to access more than 9,000 federal and state laws, regulations and rates.

Church Mutual Launches CM Select, a New Online Insurance Company

Church Mutual Insurance Company has launched CM Select Insurance Company, offering online access to a product created specifically for smaller churches and other religious organizations. These organizations can easily obtain quotes, purchase policies and manage their insurance needs online, simplifying the insurance-buying process.

The launch of CM Select demonstrates that the Church Mutual family of companies continues to lead the industry, finding new ways to meet the needs of houses of worship.

CM Select is currently writing business owner policies (BOP) for smaller churches and other religious organizations in Michigan with plans to launch in Arkansas, Colorado, Missouri, North Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Wisconsin by year’s end. This rapid growth is expected to continue through 2019.

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