Business News: Travelers, JN Phillips Auto Glass, Kespry, TrueMotion

April 20, 2017
Travelers Offers Customers Cybersecurity Services from Symantec

The Travelers Companies, Inc. recently announced that it is making pre-breach cybersecurity services from Symantec Corp. available to eligible Travelers cyber policyholders. Symantec, a global provider of cybersecurity solutions, will offer a cyber resilience readiness assessment, cybersecurity awareness training videos and a security coach helpline, among other services.

Travelers cyber customers can access many of Symantec’s Cyber Security Services, including a one-hour consultation following the cyber resilience readiness assessment to help identify areas of weakness, cybersecurity awareness training videos for educating their organization and a Symantec security coach helpline that can address questions about emerging cyber risks and security gaps. Policyholders also can take advantage of discounts on several Symantec products, such as Norton Small Business software. Service availability will vary depending on the Travelers cyber policy purchased.

JN Phillips Auto Glass to Expand Services in New Hampshire, Maine and Vermont Markets

JN Phillips Auto Glass, a New England-owned company and a provider of auto glass services to New England drivers and businesses announced a major investment initiative for servicing auto glass customers across Northern New England, including New Hampshire, Maine and Vermont.

JN Phillips Auto Glass plans to open eight auto glass service centers across the region during the next 36 months. The company will also expand its mobile fleet and establish a major auto glass distribution center with the widest array of OE quality auto glass parts in the region to supply its service centers and mobile service vans.

The Company expects to enter the Vermont market through its newly developed licensing program, which benefits consumers when existing auto glass companies become part of the JN Phillips Auto Glass technology and service system.

In addition to windshield replacements and repairs, the scope of services provided by JN Phillips Auto Glass includes handling auto insurance claims for customers, the first windshield recycling program in the country, and state-of-the-art calibration expertise required when servicing cameras on “smart windshields” that are central to Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS).

Kespry to Host Webinar on Drones, Data and AI

From automating property inspections to leveraging AI in claims, risk management and underwriting, Kespry will explore some of the many ways drones are being used to improve the policyholder experience and carrier operations during the webinar, How Drones, Data & AI Are Revolutionizing the P&C Industry.

The technologies allow carriers to reduce risk and indemnity, loss adjustment and underwriting expenses and policyholder churn.

There is no fee to attend the webinar on Thursday, April 27 at 11AM PST/2PM EST.

Attendees can submit questions before and during the webinar.

To sign up visit:

TrueMotion Launches Mojo, a Mobile App That Rewards Distraction-free Driving

Mojo, a new app focused on preventing distracted driving was released byBoston-based TrueMotion. The app automatically tracks trips and how much time is spent driving without distraction. The safer the drive, the more points earned, which can be redeemed to win cash and prizes. The app’s launch coincides with Distracted Driving Awareness Month, and part of TrueMotion’s overall mission to make the roads safer for all.

After downloading and installing the app, Mojo runs automatically in the background and tracks each trip taken. Based on the frequency of distraction, which Mojo defines as Swiping and Typing; Handheld Calls; and Handsfree Calls, a driver receives an overall Mojo score. The score adjusts up or down after each trip based on how much or how little the driver was distracted by his or her phone.

Each minute driven without distraction counts as a point. When 300 points are earned, the driver can spin the prize wheel, where he or she can win cash – a $5 Amazon gift card.

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