Openclaims joins Mendix’s ISV (Independent Software Vendor) program
Openclaims has joined the Mendix Independent Software Vendor (ISV) programme. Mendix is a Siemens business and global leader in modern enterprise application development. Openclaims provides a Mendix-based SaaS solution for insurers, vehicle leasing companies, and OEMs to digitise and automate claims and repair management workflows.
"This marks a new phase in our relationship and provides us with tremendous opportunities to scale our sales efforts and enter new markets. We can’t wait to help customers everywhere with our powerful enterprise SaaS platform to manage all their business-critical processes related to claims and repairs. We’re looking forward to continuing our journey with Mendix and gathering in-depth knowledge to expand our platform with components based on best practices in the industry. Customers will benefit from our continuous focus on innovation."
Lower repair costs
Openclaims provides specific low-code solutions in three categories. The first is aimed at supporting data-driven distribution of damaged vehicles among repair shops to lower repair costs, enable a frictionless repair process and increase customer satisfaction. Also, Openclaims helps optimize customer-related processes and provides solutions that enable clear communication about planning and progress in vehicle repairs. Lastly, it helps digitizing workflows for internal processes.
The platform has proven to add critical value for businesses that need to cope with the current arduous economic dynamics. Insurance firms can reduce their claim handling costs by 50 percent and decrease network management costs by 25 percent. And the platform contributes to an average increase of 15 points in Net Promoter Score.
The Openclaims platform is used by leading Dutch car leasing organizations such as Leaseplan and Athlon, and German companies Fleetpool and Rhion. Dutch insurance companies like Nationale Nederlanden and ASR also rely on Openclaims.
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