Questions Q: What do you like the most about working here? A: Community and Unity – I appreciate the family-oriented working environment and the fact that we have a good sense of unity within our community. We celebrate each other’s accomplishments whether it’s professional or personal. By having this sense of “winning together” concept, we also stick together when times are tough as well. Q: What is your current role at DRN? A: My current role at DRN is Product Manager. Q: How long have you been working at DRN? A: I’ve been with DRN for almost 2 years Q: What does your job entail?
Isn’t it time to get the crooks off your books? When it comes to shopping for auto insurance policies, it should come as no surprise that the overriding concern for most insurance policyholders is price. Yes, they care about whether an insurer will pay a claim or not. Yes, they
Vehicle Sighting Data vs Telematics Explained Never heard of vehicle sightings? Or maybe you have but want to understand how it differs from telematics. Before we get into the specifics, let’s address why you should care. Telematics continue to rank among one of the top trends in the industry. Yet
If you had to pick one word to sum up the driving force behind the best originating creditors, debt buyers and collection agencies, it would be: compliance. Complying with best practices that meet and often exceed state and federal consumer protections laws is good for both consumers and the debt
SIUs use vehicle location sightings to detect occupancy fraud. When a surprising number of people report an ambivalence toward insurance fraud, and even view it as a “harmless crime,” it’s easy to see why insurers across all industries continue to grapple with fraud. Take occupancy fraud for instance. You say
Did you know that the term “light-bulb moment” is listed in the Oxford Dictionary? The term is defined as: A moment of sudden realization, enlightenment, or inspiration. And just recently, while attending the Collections and Recovery Solutions conference, we visited with a lender that had one such moment. As we
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
Since joining DRN, I have reached out to the SIU community to learn how they use our SIU platform, Event Links, powered by DRN’s vehicle location data and analytics. And what I learned was eye opening. These highly skilled SIU investigators have that keen sense of the detective in them.
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
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
Vehicle location data offers new insights for uncovering commercial use of a personal vehicle. Insurance carriers know that commercial use of a personal vehicles happens. And, they know the numbers: Rating issues like commercial use cost the industry over $16 billion a year in loss premiums. Yet carriers tell me
How to use vehicle location data to pinpoint garaging fraud. So the address on insured’s policy is in one state but they actually live in another state that has higher rates. No big deal right? In fact, many would argue that garaging fraud is a “victimless crime.” But, carriers know
How just a few minutes and vehicle location data from DRN added up to $24,000 saved for one insurance company. We all have them, those moments when the light bulb just goes off in your head and you see possibilities where before there were none. That’s just what happened for