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Construction Solver Introduces New Mobile App

A Massachusetts company has developed an new mobile app, the Go Figure Estimating App, that will change the way building estimates are done. Go Figure was created by contractors for contractors, insurance adjusters, roofing, siding window vendors and more. The …

West Virginia Mobile App Alerts County Residents of Emergencies

A unique smartphone app was launched geared at keeping Cabell and Wayne county residents aware of local emergencies, from small traffic problems or school closings to nation-threatening crises. The Heads Up Huntington app was created through a joint effort involving …

Capital Insurance Launches CIG Mobile DRC Apps

Decision Research Corporation (DRC), a rating and policy processing software and services provider to the property/casualty insurance industry, announced that Capital Insurance has launched CIG Mobile which utilizes the company‚Äôs iPhone and Android mobile apps for GameChanger. The flexibility in …

FEMA App Makes Collecting Damage Info Easier

Some emergency management directors in Wisconsin are testing a new application from the Federal Emergency Management Agency. Outagamie County director Julie Loeffelholz says the process for collecting disaster damage information has so far been low tech. Loeffelholz tells WLUK-TV she …

Weather Decision Technologies Announces New Hail Data Mobile App

Weather Decision Technologies announced a new mobile product designed to provide claims adjusters and insurance administrators the ability to track and report hail fall sizes. HailSpot is an intuitive tool available on smartphones designed to obtain accurate, immediate data regarding …

Survival App Aims to Help Drivers in Winter Storms

When a powerful blizzard ripped through North Dakota last winter, hundreds of drivers were stranded as white-out conditions shuttered interstates spanning the state. Snow whipped up by wind marred the lines between pavement and grassy drop-offs, leaving some scared motorists …

Lexington Announces Mobile App for Reporting Cat Claims

Lexington Insurance Company, a Chartis company, announced the release of a mobile application for reporting a first notice o property catastrophe losses directly to Lexington’s claims department. The Lexington Property Claim Reporting mobile app, designed for use by U.S. commercial …