Expands Client Offerings to Include e2Value Replacement Cost Valuation
Salt Lake City, UT and Stamford, CT – Castle Inspection Service, one of the insurance industry’s premier residential inspection providers, and e2Value®, Inc., a leading provider of Insurance-to-Value Internet applications, announced today an agreement to integrate their services. Castle, a division of Overland Solutions, Inc, will add e2Value’s replacement cost valuation solutions to its product offerings for residential inspection clientele nationwide.
“Our primary goal is to provide our customers with exceptional inspection services and a high level of customer service,” said Jeff Smith, president of Castle Inspection Service. “By adding e2Value to our replacement cost data options, we continue to solidify our position as the premier provider of outsourced inspection services.”
Castle and e2Value will leverage technology to integrate each other’s business processes. This system-to-system integration will allow for rapid processing while, consistently returning Castle’s well-known inspection reports.
“Our focus is to be the valuation model of choice – especially for higher valued homes,” said Todd Rissel, CEO of e2Value, Inc. “Our collaboration with Castle provides more carriers with exceptional valuation and inspection options, and thus more ways to meet their strategic objectives.”
e2Value provides insurance, banking and real estate companies nationwide with replacement cost valuations for all properties throughout the United States, with estimators focused on residential, commercial, and farm and ranch structures. The latter two offerings were launched in early 2005. The company introduced the first standardized, customizable system for insurers and the banking industry to accurately and quickly determine the individual replacement cost values of these individual properties in a way consistent with today’s technology, noted Mr. Rissel.
About Castle Inspection Service
Castle Inspection Service and The Rapid Survey Group are divisions of Overland Solutions, Inc. Since 1991, Castle has established a reputation as the insurance industry’s premier residential inspection provider. To learn more about Castle Inspection Service, visit www.castleis.com or call LeeAnn Wilcox at 801.467.7703 ext. 127.
About Overland Solutions, Inc.
Overland Solutions, Inc. (OSI) based in Overland Park, KS, offers nationwide service and more than 80 years of experience. OSI leads the insurance industry as a provider of premium audits services, loss control and inspection services. OSI maintains a nationwide network of 23 branch offices and approximately 1,300 employees throughout the United States, serving all 50 states along with parts of Canada and Puerto Rico. For more information about Overland Solutions, visit www.olsi.net.
About e2Value, Inc.
e2Value®, Inc. is a full-service application development, insurance consulting, strategic technology partner and provider, offering products to assist with Insurance-To-Value (ITV) and workflow solutions. Founded in 1999 by former insurance executives and based in Stamford, CT, e2Value is the leading hosted application provider delivering replacement cost valuations over the web for all residential, commercial and farm and ranch properties in the United States. The company offers full-featured, knowledge-based Internet applications for insurance, real estate and banking professionals that enable consistency and standardization of pricing, processes and procedures. e2Value provides a tool that tracks through the entire sales → valuation → final claim process via an application that maximizes the latest available technology, and provides quick and easy updates without a significant investment in software or infrastructure. Its customers range from the world’s leading insurance companies to one-person insurance agencies, as well as banks, property appraisers and risk managers. For information visit www.e2value.com, or contact email@example.com or 888-371-2788.
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