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How to Prevent Financial Leakage

Posted by Elliott Seaton on Jun 3, 2016 10:13:18 AM

As a nation, we are slowly beginning to pull ourselves out of the worst recession we've seen since the war. We are now beginning to see slight growth in the economy, hitting an annual growth rate of 3% in 2014. 

Recovery from the 5 quater-long financial crisis has been slow, but the good news is that we're making progress. Nontheless, many organisations and individuals alike are still facing significant austerity.

Last year, it came to light that councils would face a further 6.7% in funding cuts. We have since seen many local government organisations restructure and tighten their processes in an effort to make up the deficit. 

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Topics: Software, insurance claims

Do tenders really have to be so painful?

Posted by Elliott Seaton on May 25, 2016 10:56:57 AM

Tenders are a process that virtually all public sector organisations are required (above a certain financial threshold) to go through when investing public money. Demonstrating that public money is being spent correctly is a major factor in building confidence between these organisations and the public.

The tender process can be very complicated. The Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply have even written a guide on the matter.

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Topics: Software, softcat, tenders

Reporting - 5 Key Things to Bear in Mind

Posted by Elliott Seaton on May 16, 2016 4:02:41 PM

Reporting is a task that most of us have to do regardless of our 'level' in our organisations. It's not just managers that are required to build reports. Other employees are also required to build reports, whether it's to assess KPI's or figure out whole business plans and make important decisions.

There are a few key things you should keep in mind when producing reports. In this post I will outline these points, and explain how 3Sixty Systems have crafted the perfect tool to do it all for you.

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Topics: Insurance Claims Management, Claims management, Software, reporting

Is Software the Future for Claims Management?

Posted by Elliott Seaton on Mar 30, 2016 12:23:08 PM


The claims management process can be both a complex and lengthy one. There are numerous factors to consider when handling a claim and this information can come from numerous different sources. Claimant evidence, solicitors documentation and site visit reports - just to name a few. 

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Topics: Evoclaim, Software, claims

Creating Synergy Between Health & Safety and Claims

Posted by Elliott Seaton on Mar 1, 2016 10:18:02 AM


The key to implementing a cost effective claims and health and safety system is synergy between both departments. Take an Employers Liability (EL) claim for example. EL insurance is a mandatory insurance for virtually all organisations employing someone. It provides a certain amount of protection for an employee whilst they are working for your business. Claims of this kind usually stem from the employer being at fault for a worker’s injury or illness due to a health and safety error. The link between the two is clear to see.

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Topics: Evoclaim, Software, EvoSafe, health and safety, claims

Watch: A Groundbreaking Partnership

Posted by Elliott Seaton on Jan 20, 2016 11:59:11 AM

As a fast growing IT company, we're constantlylooking toexpand here at 3Sixty Systems.As a software and managed service provider, we need a data centre to host our ever growing amounts of customer data.

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Topics: Articles, Evoclaim, Software, Security, Data Storage, Redcentric, Partnership

3 Common Claims Software Problems

Posted by Elliott Seaton on Jan 13, 2016 12:32:15 PM

Speaking to insurance and claims personnel is part of our day-to-day work here at 3Sixty Systems. We receive feedback from organisations who are already using a claims system to oversee the claim cycle and we've identified a few common issues:
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Topics: Evoclaim, Software

What actually is a VPN?

Posted by Elliott Seaton on Dec 16, 2015 2:48:13 PM

There are many sources of information online where you can learn the ins and outs of VPN technology. However, if you don't have time to trawl through pages and pages of techy script and acronyms you won't find these too useful. I have picked out the key pieces of information on a 'should know' basis, so that by the end of this post you will know what a VPN is and the benefits and drawbacks of using one.   

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Topics: Articles, Software, News and Events

4 of 5:  7 tips to prevent a cyberattack

Posted by Elliott Seaton on Dec 4, 2015 2:06:39 PM

This is the 4th of 5 posts in our cybersecurity series. In the last 3 blogs we have established exactly what cybersecurity is, important information about mobile and cloud security and why organisations are taking it so seriously.

This post outlines 7 key tips to preventing a cyberattack. From educating your staff, to mobile policies (globally, 11.6 million mobile devices are infected at any one time) here are some simple, but effective, preventative measures.

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Topics: Articles, Software

Is your claims system hindering your Freedom of Information?

Posted by Tristan L Dorman on Feb 11, 2015 1:09:38 PM

We are living in the age of information with millennials being the most informed generation there has ever been. Our appetite for information knows no bounds and a right to know attitude resulted in The Freedom of Information Act coming into effect to promote transparency and accountability throughout the public sector.

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Topics: Council, Evoclaim, Insurance Claims Management, Housing Associations Insurance Claims Management, Claims management, Software, Freedom of information, County Councils, News and Events