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Photo Estimating: The Holy Grail of Touch-Less Claims

Businesses around the world have fast-tracked technology adoption, specifically, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML).

According to Gartner, the year 2020 marked the continued democratization of AI and despite the global impact of COVID-19, 47% of AI investments were unchanged and 30% of organizations were planning to increase such investments.

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Collaboration In a Crisis: Building a Resilient Vehicle Repair Ecosystem Together

Continuing collaboration demands a move away from purely transactional relationships across existing networks. Instead, we must shift toward longer, innovation-driven partnerships that will ease points of tension in the workflow and deliver successful claims experiences. Start by considering whether digital can be a vehicle for enablement in your organization’s own operation.

For example, can a digital-led strategy bridge gaps in a disrupted supply chain, or facilitate automated connections between insurers and operational repair sites?

This white paper discusses Solera’s guide to business planning for strengthening relationships to build a safe and connected future.

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Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

The insurance and automotive ecosystems currently face a revolutionary business process innovation: harnessing maturing technologies to add considerable value to the digital claims and collision repair process.

This white paper discusses how to unlock significant value by employing a new, modern workflow where the time from initial incident to claims resolution is significantly reduced and the consumer experience exponentially improved.

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Accelerating Digital Transformation for the Future of Automotive Claims

Digital transformation is not just about disruption or technology. It’s about value, people, optimization and the capability to rapidly adapt when such is needed through an intelligent use of technologies and information.

In this white paper, Solera explores the strategies and technologies that will transform the workflow of today and tomorrow.

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Are We Ready for Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Automotive Claims?

Looking at a future where consumers will favor providers who emphasize their digital efforts, our research highlights that automated processes have the power to increase customer satisfaction and customer retention. Optimizing how and where organizations choose to deploy cutting-edge technology will be key in providing consumers with easier and more convenient automotive claims.

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bodyshop & oems

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Optimizing AI to drive the reinvention and resilience of automotive claims. Solera reveals how Insurers, OEMs and Bodyshops are investing in automation to accelerate digital change.

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Consumers Want AI-Driven Automative Claims: Are You Ready?

Solera uncovers why three-quarters of claimants are calling for automated experiences.

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Delivering the Benefits of AI-Powered Estimation Through Innovation

During the Reuters Future of Insurance Europe virtual conference, Solera’s Regional Managing Director, David Shepherd and Jörg de Groot, Business Process Manager at Schadenet explored how the global crash repair and insurance industries must now do the impossible and drive growth in the face of the largest recession in a generation. Check out the short recording showcasing Qapter and why we at Solera believe photo-based estimation will be the catalyst to enable the acceleration of digitalization, throughout the claims workflow.

Leverage the Power of Data And Repair Science™

With Qapter, the true power of the data driven intelligent claims process is now here. The breadth of unique automotive and vehicle data paired with proven repair science provides deeper insights and smarter processes to streamline the claims workflow. More data allows you to make better decisions.

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