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Metro Inc. Reduces Reporting Time by 99%

 

Metro Inc. is the third largest food retailer in Canada and has been a ClearRisk customer since 2013. Before ClearRisk, incidents were reported via phone, fax, or mail and manually submitted into their outdated system as well as a physical filing cabinet(s). The risk management team was frustrated with time delays for collecting the data, data integrity, the risks associated with paper filing, and the inability to report on individual stores and hold them accountable. This led them to seek out ClearRisk.

Topics: risk management reporting risk management tips incident reporting decreasing cost of claims risk management claims

Find Out How This Company Decreased Annual Claims Cost by 48%!

 

Universal Parking of America is a national leader in hospitality and management services. Like many organizations with legacy systems, they dealt with lengthy incident forms and submission processes, which made risk management, incident analysis, and reporting time-consuming and ineffective. With ClearRisk, they have managed to decrease the time spent per claim by 88% and time spent reporting incidents has lowered by 75%. 

Topics: risk management tips reducing claim costs decreasing cost of claims risk management claims

City of Saint John Uses ClearRisk's Software to Save 50% on Insurance Claims Costs

 

The City of Saint John New Brunswick has done some incredible things when it comes to Risk Management including saving the city hundreds of thousands of dollars in claims costs annually. Before 2013, like many municipalities, Saint John was experiencing multiple issues in managing its risk and insurance data. With the number of claims and incidents on the rise year over year, they knew they needed to do something to take control of the situation. Enter ClearRisk.

Topics: risk management insurance insurance broker risk management risk management tips municipal claims Insurance and Insurance Purchasing reducing insurance costs municipal risk management public sector risk management reducing cost of insurance

7 Tips on How to Control Your Organization's Insurance Costs

 

Organizations are constantly searching for opportunities to reduce insurance costs. Companies need to view their role in the insurer/insured relationship differently. The insurance company isn’t selling you insurance; you are selling them your risk. Don't let them assume what you do and what your risks are. By providing detailed risk management plans including your organizations ability to produce and implement trend analysis reporting, your organization is promoting its proactive, risk consciousness environment. When history is unknown or the internal approach is more reactive than proactive, insurers will typically err on the side of caution. This frequently translates into higher premiums and more restrictive coverages and limits.

Follow these tips below to get the best insurance for your organization:

Topics: risk management insurance insurance broker risk management risk management tips Insurance and Insurance Purchasing

10 Risk Management Strategies for Retailers

Retail is a risky industry. With consumer purchasing tendencies trending towards the online marketplace, business owners must think outside-the-box on issues which could affect their bottom line and reputation. We’ve compiled ten tips that will help in changing this focus to major risks associated with the retail industry.

Here are three points to get you started: Risk Ownership, Protecting your Brand, and Safeguarding the Supply Chain. These are simple measures that can help lessen the severity in case of an incident. Say a potential customer wants to buy product from you but it is out of stock. “Not a problem!” you say and offer to order it in for them - only to find out your supplier doesn’t have any either. The last batch of product was just sold to your competitor and won’t have more available for a month. You try to explain this to the customer but it’s no use. They head to Facebook where they post a complaint. As quickly as that, a potential customer can switch to a competitor and tarnish the reputation of your business, all at the same time. Head over here for a real-life supply chain scenario between Nokia and Ericsson which discusses a similar situation.

Topics: supply chain risk management Claims and Risk Management for Retail retail risk management Retail Risk risk management tips risk ownership brand risk management

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