MANSFIELD, Texas, Oct. 27, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — ClaimBuyout, a national automotive purchasing company, has been named in the NU PropertyCasualty360 2022 Technology Innovation category in the Lighting category as helping drive A pacesetter for the industry moving forward in terms of digitization and modernization. Winners are selected by a panel of industry experts based on how well they state and achieve their goals in the nominated category; how impactful their work is; how the nominee is committed to advancing the modernization and humanity of the insurance business; and the nominee’s commitment to the highest ethics Commitment to standards and dedication to service and excellence.
“We are delighted that our innovative technology has received this recognition, and I would like to thank and acknowledge our dedicated team and our valued insurance providers who realize the personal care and satisfaction their customers receive from working with us, said Robert Guerrero, president and co-founder of ClaimBuyout. “We appreciate the continued support of the entire auto claims industry as the ClaimBuyout option never existed nationwide before. Historically, car owners have had two choices – either get your car fixed or declare it a total loss. Ours The timing is perfect to provide an alternative. It works because people want to know what else they can do with their serviceable vehicles and are happy to get the pre-accident value.”
“Today’s top insurers recognize the history and purpose of the industry while embodying contemporary processes and services,” said Elana Ashanti Jefferson, Executive Editor, NU Property & Casualty. “As part of the annual NU PropertyCasualty360 Luminaries recognition programme, my colleagues and I are delighted to recognise trendsetting insurance organisations, programmes, practices, teams and individuals.”
Launched in January 2021, ClaimBuyout works with national insurance providers and accepts over 70% of offers, taking an average of 2 days from ClaimBuyout quote to contract signing. Creating new ways for insurers to improve customer satisfaction throughout the auto claims process is part of ClaimBuyout’s strategic approach.
ClaimBuyout, a national car buying company, offers a new post-accident option that provides pre-accident value. Proprietary self-service digital platforms are where people sell serviceable vehicles instead of repairing them after an accident. Vehicles are purchased by insurance referrals, rental car company fleets, and heavy commercial vehicles. For more information, visit ClaimBuyout.com, email Offer@claimbuyout.com, or call 833.328.9688.
Susan Jablonski, Vice President of Marketing