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Has anyone used a tablet pc with Intergaclaim. HP has a reasonably priced tablet and I was considering gettin one. I cannot get an answer from MS/B.
Larry, my HP 9000 has a 17" screen and I love it, partucularly with my old eyes. I was curious if anyone was using the notebook, 10" screen on HP. It would be nice to be able to take it in to a residence and do the estimate right there. Seems very practical on smaller losses. I love technology and any methodolgy to expedite claim closures.
I always enjoyed excusing myself to the privacy of my vehicle to prepare, audit, review, correct and modify my estimate without the insured/claimant sitting across the table drumming their fingers or standing behind me watching me correct my spelling.
I still think the computer and printer belong outside of the structure and out of reach of children with sticky fingers.
Just one ol' guy's opinion.
And we all know about opinions, don't we?
Very true, absence of distractions leads to absense of mistakes. But afterward, you can let the insured view & make those little edits you might have missed. The kids crawling over your lap is fine for PR everytime, but it can get difficult when you have a shadow or when they allow the little fellows to disrupt the process as you're trying to do an estimate on-site. It's hard to say "no" when they want to "help", and you are trying to keep up that customer service mode.
Larry, Janice and I have worked together for 17 years. This year, or the past month, we have been separated, as she is in Iowa with FEMA and I am home working local losses. The scenario you mentioned does work for a husband and wife or a tag team. If two guys were to get together and tag with this method, they would be extremely effecient. Hopefully Janice will be returning by December or before. This was a grand opportunity for her and the income is good. She doesn't have to climb roofs or walk through burned out buildings, so I am glad for her. I plan to retire here shortly as 49 years in this business has taken it toll, no pun intended.
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