ClearRisk Highlights Customer Beaufort County
(St John's/Beaufort) Today, ClearRisk is highlighting its new customer, Beaufort County, South Carolina. ClearRisk is privileged to be supporting the county’s risk management needs, and we thank Beaufort County for choosing ClearRisk as their risk and claims management system provider.
ClearRisk CEO Craig Rowe
"We are delighted to have been selected by Beaufort County as their RMIS provider. ClearRisk is proud to help another US local government manage their risk. We are obsessed with helping our customers optimize their risk, to keep people and assets from harm and make our customers more successful. We look forward to working with Beaufort County to reduce costs and increase efficiency with our risk, claims & insurance data solutions and insights."
About Beaufort County
Beaufort County is located in Southern Carolina, and comprises the towns of Hilton Head Island, Bluffton, Port Royal and the City of Beaufort. Beaufort County spans an area of 2,391 km2 and serves a population of 189,732 as of the 2020 census.
ClearRisk provides a full suite of cloud-based software solutions for managing risks, claims, incidents, vendors, fleet, assets, certificates of insurance, & more. Customers report up to a 95% reduction in time saved from previous manual environments and systems and a 50% reduction (hundreds of thousands of dollars) per year in the total cost of risk.
ClearRisk is built by Risk Managers, for Risk Managers. Our CEO, Craig Rowe, was a former Risk Manager at the City of St. John’s. He recognized a need for an effective and cost-efficient alternative to address risk and claims management for organizations without budget for one of the big systems. ClearRisk serves 300+ organizations across North America, with a strong focus on local governments & property groups.
ClearRisk is committed to an inclusive, equitable and diverse workplace that is committed to supporting and respecting employees and partners. ClearRisk was founded by CEO Craig Rowe in 2006 with headquarters in St. John’s, Newfoundland.