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Personal rate evasion and fraud causes higher insurance rates for all but vehicle location data helps to investigate. When discussing garaging issues, the focus of the conversation is usually around garaging fraud. But that is really a misnomer. It probably should be more broadly referred to as garaging issues or rate evasion. Carriers tell me […]

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The surprising truth about commercial auto fraud and how vehicle location data helps carriers capture premium leakage. Insurance agents and policyholders alike know the easiest route to lower premiums on commercial auto policies is through Zone, Radius, and Final Build. Think about it, using current systems and technology carriers are simply at a loss when […]

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The Facts Don’t Lie Like most B2B businesses, DRN solves problems for our customers. And by solving these problems, we do more than just drive revenue and results, we create a bigger impact. That impact touches anyone that drives a car and has an insurance policy. Our data and analytics mitigate risk for auto lenders […]

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FORT WORTH, TEXAS — April 19, 2016 —Electric Insurance Company has adopted the “Live Alerts” stolen vehicle identification and recovery system after saving more than $30,000 in costs associated with a vehicle theft claim in just the first four days of implementing the software into their process. Stolen vehicles cost the insurance industry $4.5 billion […]

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Mike Villanova added to support Auto Finance channel growth FORT WORTH, TX 04/15/2016 – As Digital Recognition Network (DRN) continues to rapidly expand the company’s auto finance channels, the company has hired Mike Villanova as Director of Channel Sales. Adding this position, enables DRN to provide the dedicated support needed for this growing market. Mike […]

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FORT WORTH, TX 04/12/2016 – Digital Recognition Network (DRN) (www.DRNData.com) announced today that the company has entered into a settlement agreement to resolve the litigation accusing Four Repossession Agencies (Agents) of breaching their license agreements with DRN, misappropriating DRN’s trade secrets, and violating the Federal Computer Fraud and Abuse Act and Texas’ Harmful Access by […]

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