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Posted on Friday, April 14, 2000 - 12:07 pm:   

Thanks to everyone who inquired as to my availability and qualifications. Rest assured that your interest will be kept in confidence.
Gale Hawkins (Gale)
Posted on Tuesday, April 11, 2000 - 7:40 pm:   

Alan it is about time you came back. Some of us thought we had lost you to the “dark force” for ever but it is good you have seen the light. You are back just in time to catch an extension of the PowerClaim “Winter Special". When you left us some time ago this special was only good for PowerClaim 99 but now it is good for PowerClaim 2000 through April 28, 2000. We got excited at the PLRB and extended the Special for those at the show but will extend it to you (or anybody with cash, check or credit card). After all you were kind enough to post remarks about PowerClaim in the past.

By choosing PowerClaim 2000 before April 28, 2000 it is possible for you to get a new NOTEBOOK COMPUTER (you choose the brand as long as it is about $2000.00 in cost) without spending any additional money if you are currently using or consider using the most popular (maybe “most used” would be a better choice of words) estimating system at their currently promoted cost. If you are using something like DDS or Simsol you may have to settle for a notebook that $24 to $120 less than $2000 to have the newest version of adjusting software available to my knowledge and yet save enough of your hard earned cash to get a new notebook computer. Alan you could look at it as getting a FREE NOTEBOOK COMPUTER if you choose. At least that is way I would prefer you to see it.

Since the above paragraph is very confusing let me see if I can do a better job creating a hypothetical example in simple math. $100 per month x 24 months = $2400 for Brand X adjusting software for the next 2 years vs. PowerClaim 2000 and 2001 for next 2 years = $379 if you an CADO member by April 28, 2000. So $2400 - $379 = over $2000 if my math is correct.

This could be a WIN-WIN for you and the company smart enough to reply to your WORK WANTED AD you placed here. You look smart for introducing PowerClaim 2000 to the company because they are excited about getting new, easy-to-use adjusting software that makes them look good to the carriers plus they can get everyone a new computer for what they already had budgeted for adjusting software alone. Did I mention you would also have pleasure of helping out an old crippled up Kentucky boy and that might just make you glow on the inside. There is a loser here but they should have a bank full of money by now anyway.

I bet you telling the companies that you will introduce them to PowerClaim 2000 will get them excited. Tell them if they have 100 adjusters and can get in on this special that they should save $250,000K in direct cost alone in the first 5 years and maybe more than that in indirect cost like training and loss of production because their current adjusting software has a much greater learning curve. If they have not heard of PowerClaim, Alan just tell them no carrier has yet refused to accept an estimate because it was completed on PowerClaim and that includes some major names you see in postings made on CADO from time to time. should be updated by the end of the week or you can click on my name at the top of this post and it will link you to and of course as always you can call me at 1-800-736-1246 ext 101.

I sure bet your telling the cat companies how much cash they can hang onto by just going with PowerClaim will get them very excited about just that one benefit. At least this post will get you WORK WANTED AD showing up in the Last Day hits. Best of luck Alan and welcome back.
Posted on Friday, April 07, 2000 - 7:54 am:   

You have too much experience. Managers usually have 3 years of auto adjusting and a degree in basket weaving. BTW, what is your 15 years experience in? Catastrophe or staff?

Ya wanna fish, ya gotta use the right bait.

"Know Before You Gooooooo"...
Posted on Thursday, April 06, 2000 - 5:28 pm:   

15 years experience, 4 year degree, will have Law Degree in 6 months. I am looking for a Full Time Management Postition in the Catastrophe Division of a small to medium company. Please e mail for more information.

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