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ClaimVantage Sponsors Australia NSW ALUCA & CMG Professional Development Conference

08-30-2013 12:46 PM CET | Business, Economy, Finances, Banking & Insurance

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ClaimVantage, an international provider of automated claims-processing technology, will sponsor the September 4th NSW ALUCA & CMG Professional Development Conference taking place at the Sydney Hilton.

Portland, ME, August 30, 2013 -- ClaimVantage, an international provider of automated claims-processing technology, will sponsor the September 4th NSW ALUCA & CMG Professional Development Conference taking place at the Sydney Hilton.

In recent years, ClaimVantage has introduced its cloud-based Absence, Disability, Accident and Life claims technology to the Australia & New Zealand insurance market. The company has already established itself as a preferred choice for automated claims management for leading insurance companies in Canada, Ireland, and the United States. Its streamlined claims management solutions improve accuracy, reduce paper use, automate manual tasks and increase claims processing efficiencies.

To give Australia & New Zealand customers the best service possible; ClaimVantage partners with Sequential for sales, implementation and support services. With offices in both Sydney and Melbourne, ClaimVantage CEO Leo Corcoran describes Sequential as the ideal service provider: “They understand the unique local product mix, commercial pressures, technology landscape and regulatory environment”.

To learn more about ClaimVantage and its innovative claims management solutions visit http://ClaimVantage.com.

Contact: ClaimVantage, Leo Corcoran, leocorcoran@claimvantage.com, 207-781-3178,

Sequential, Adrian Johnstone, Australia, info@sequential.com.au, +61 2 9262 1649

To give Australia & New Zealand customers the best service possible; ClaimVantage partners with Sequential for sales, implementation and support services. With offices in both Sydney and Melbourne, ClaimVantage CEO Leo Corcoran describes Sequential as the ideal service provider: “They understand the unique local product mix, commercial pressures, technology landscape and regulatory environment”.

Contact:
Sarah Courtney
ClaimVantage
46 Atlantic Place
South Portland, ME
+1-207-221-0560
sarahcourtney@claimvantage.com
http://www.claimvantage.com

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