NEEDHAM, Mass. – September 6, 2017 – Enservio, Inc., a Solera owned company and leading provider of contents claim management software, inventory and valuation services and payments solutions for property insurers, today announced the launch of HarveyContents.com, a free contents inventory creation tool to assist citizens with the difficult task of inventorying their lost or damaged personal property.
“One of the most daunting tasks for citizens in the aftermath of a catastrophe like Harvey is the documentation process for all of their lost possessions, an important requirement for them to file a claim with their insurance company or get a tax write-off for uncovered losses,” says Robert Chase, Managing Director of Enservio. “Together with our parent company, Solera, we are making HarveyContents.com available at no charge to all citizens, insurance carrier personnel and government entities to create contents inventories and expedite the process of getting their possessions back as quickly as possible.”
HarveyContents.com is a self-service inventory solution that allows users to document lost possessions and generate a contents proof of loss document that can be used to support an insurance claim. The web-based app is powered by Enservio’s SaaS contents platform and offers important features like intelligent autocomplete typing, receipt and image uploading.
“HarveyContents.com is available to literally any citizen affected by Harvey,” says Chase. “From renters and homeowners to small and large businesses and government flood insurance efforts, anyone needing to document lost possessions will be able to do it quickly and easily at HarveyContents.com.”
In addition to Enservio’s web offering, the company has deployed onsite contents specialists to Port Aransas, Rockport, Houston and other affected communities to help adjusters and insurance carriers service their policyholders with comprehensive inventory and valuation of lost contents, expediting cycle times and providing much needed support during these difficult times.