Tokio Marine Indonesia Implements Shift Technology To Fight Auto Insurance Fraud

Shift’s Force Fraud Detection Solution to Support Insurer’s Overall Fraud Fighting Initiatives

PARIS and BOSTON, Sept. 29, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Shift Technology, a provider of AI-native fraud detection and claims automation solutions for the global insurance industry, today announced that PT Asuransi Tokio Marine Indonesia (“Tokio Marine Indonesia”) has deployed Shift Technology’s Force fraud detection solution. As a result, the technology will become a crucial element in the insurance carrier’s overarching fraud prevention strategy.   

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Tokio Marine Indonesia is one of the largest general insurers in the country. Guided by its core mission “To be a Good Company” and driven by values that put customer satisfaction as a main priority, the insurer was seeking a solution that could serve a dual purpose and not only spot suspicious claims, but also help give claims professionals more confidence in rapidly processing legitimate claims. Utilising this technology benefits the

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Fort Myers Police Department implements new data-driven technology


FORT MYERS

The Fort Myers Police Department announced they’ve updated their technology.

Police Chief Derrick Diggs has made it his mission to focus on data-driven police tactics and to make technology a big part of what the police department does.

“In the 21st-century, policing is about being data-driven and evidence-based,” Diggs said.

The new model of data-driven policing was meant to proactively predict where crime may occur by tracking where crimes have occurred frequently before.

Since the plan has been implemented, the City of Fort Myers has seen a 48.7% reduction in violent crime and a 9.8% reduction in property crime.

Previously, the police department had been using a computer-aided design system, a records management system and other systems to monitor crime, search records, respond to calls and predict future crimes. With the new Mark43 system, they will only need one.

The new software is designed to keep officers

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