|Posted on Thursday, December 23, 1999 - 9:20 pm: |
Congratulations John on your Simsol 2.0 update. Your update sounds really nice according to Mr. Theriot and others. It most likely will be mid summer before we can have a heavy commercial database but we do hope to have the mobile home database by spring. As usual we got over zealous on PowerClaim 2000 so its final release date will be a month or so a way. On the upside it is looking more like what I had envisioned for PowerClaim 2001. Since you will want to copy some of our features that make PowerClaim easy-to-use I will ship you a copy when it is ready so you do not have to go to the trouble of having someone else get you a copy.
John you may just want to post your CADO member discount here until you can get your prices and discounts updated on your website so adjusters can see your CADO special anytime. In the event you have missed our CADO member discount just go to http://www.powerclaim.com where you can see for the single user the average monthly software cost is only $15.79 per month for the CADO member special. As you can see our site needs overhauling so this long weekend we are building a new one so we can replace the one that got dated.
Back to commercial databases, did David use R.S. Means as a reference for line items and prices when he edited your heavy commercial database? By the way last week a R.S. Means customer stated that a R.S. Means sales staff member told him that Simsol and R.S. Means were merging. Does that mean that the corporation that bought R.S. Means is also buying Simsol? If so, do you know if that corporation will likely continue to market adjusting software under both the Simsol and R.S. Means names? Is the 50-75% drop in adjusting software prices that is currently underway leading to consolidation in this industry as it has in most other industries?
|John A. Postava |
|Posted on Thursday, December 23, 1999 - 9:40 am: |
For all users of SIMSOL please call our office after the first of the year and get your SIMSOL 2.0 update. This update contains our Heavy Commercial database compiled and edited by Mr. David Bennett, former General Adjuster - Home Office, of the Zurich. Dave's 5,000 plus item database contains everything you need to scope a commercial loss. The database comes with your SIMSOL system update at no additional cost! General Adjusters from the Hartford, Zurich, Great American,ASU and SIMSOL Insurance Services are using the database for their commerical losses! Check it out in the next century. If you don't currently use SIMSOL, you can always pilot test the database in our free evaluation copy. Go to our website and fill out the demo request form. Discounts for CADO and NACA members!
|Posted on Wednesday, December 22, 1999 - 9:51 pm: |
Before David Bennett help edit the commerial database Simsol is now using, did you every use any reference guide for commerial claims?
|Posted on Wednesday, December 22, 1999 - 12:16 am: |
We have just upgraded to SIMSOL 2.0 with this new database. It is a must for anyone who handles Commercial Losses!!! For an additional fee they also have a Trailer/Mobile Home database available.
|Gale Hawkins |
|Posted on Friday, December 17, 1999 - 10:32 pm: |
A question for anyone. What are some of the reference books you use on commercial loses?