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JDi Data Releases Claims Manger Version 3.3.03

October 30, 2012

Claims management has never been easier, thanks to JDi Data’s new Claims Manager version 3.3.03. The latest version of JDi’s insurance claims processing software provides workers compensation software, insurance claims software and comprehensive claims management – all adhering to policy administration.

The enhanced version of Claims Manager comes with several new features designed to provide a flexible and intuitive out-of-the-box insurance claims system. Included is the OpticLense claims Manager Dashboard, which allows clients to see a complete overview of their claim data, and it’s completely customizable – not to mention the Quick Search function that can search by business, claim elements, causes and so on.

Not only that, but it comes with an enhanced security module. With it, users can control access rights and advanced hierarchy settings, keeping important claims data safe and in the right hands.

According to James DeRosa, president of JDi Data Corporation, “Times are changing, and the age of simplicity has exploded. Claims Manager enhanced design provides additional functionality and an enhanced usability that gives JDi Data clients the ability to streamline critical internal processes and operate with more efficiency.”

Filing claims quickly, correctly, and properly is incredibly important, but also time-consuming and often confusing. JDi’s Claims Manager has helped make that significantly easier, and the latest edition continues to improve upon its already helpful software. The new version of Claims Manager will help make claims processing and management even easier and more secure, helping companies and their employees out immensely.




Edited by Allison Boccamazzo

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