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JERSEY CITY, N.J., November 3, 2015 — Verisk Insurance Solutions, a leading source of information about property/casualty insurance risk, announced the launch of GarageConfirm™, a new service to help insurers verify garaging addresses at point of sale and renewal. The service uses license plate recognition technology provided by Digital Recognition Network (DRN), previously available only to law enforcement and auto lenders. Verisk Insurance Solutions is a Verisk Analytics (Nasdaq:VRSK) business.

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Value-Based Pricing Opens New Possibilities for Collections & Recovery FORT WORTH, TX 10/20/2015 – Digital Recognition Network (DRN) (www.drndata.com) announced the launch of their new Enterprise Solution, a value-based subscription model for all-you-can-eat access to vehicle location data. Auto lenders rely on DRN’s vehicle location data to recover more assets and now they can employ […]

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Attention Auto Lenders: Use ROI to drive data investments and reduce charge-offs. In our last blog we talked about John’s loan and the power of new vehicle location data insights in collections. We learned how using LPR data early in the collections cycle provides valuable insights to help prevent charge-off losses. Sounds great, right? But […]

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FORT WORTH, TEXAS, (October 6, 2015) — Buxton is pleased to announce that it has entered into a new exclusive data partnership with Digital Recognition Network (DRN), the owner of the largest vehicle location database in the United States. The partnership will allow Buxton to enhance its location analytics capabilities for retail and restaurant clients, […]

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Vehicle Location Data Available in ISO’s Decision Net on the ClaimSearch Platform FORT WORTH, TX, 9/10/2015 — Digital Recognition Network (DRN) (www.drndata.com), the leading provider of vehicle location data and insights, announced plans to integrate the company’s Event Links online SIU workbench with Decision Net® (www.iso.com/decision-net). Decision Net is offered through the ISO ClaimSearch® platform, providing claims […]

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Starter Interrupters.  A Real Non-Starter.  The earliest patent I could find for a starter interrupter device was filed on June 30, 1995. They have since grown in popularity to become a necessity for some sub-prime lenders granting loans below a certain credit threshold. Yet, in the 20 years since their conception, the view of starter […]

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