Recently merged with Syncron, Mize, has been positioned for the second time as a Leader in the IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Manufacturing Warranty and Service Contract Management Applications 2022 Vendor Assessment. Delivered on the Syncron Connected Service Experience (CSX) platform, the Warranty solution delivers value by increasing service contract revenues, reducing warranty expenditures, and enhancing customer service experience.
Bruviti Triage Center provides a no-code AI tool for OEMs, independent service providers, and warranty providers to enhance their self-help, contact center, and technical support capabilities using artificial intelligence
CAMPBELL, Calif. —December 2, 2021, 2021: Bruviti, the leader in AI-driven predictive service applications, has launched Bruviti Triage Center, a no-code web application that enables manufacturers, independent servicers, and warranty providers of field-serviced products to quickly develop their own AI-powered triage environment to augment their existing customer- and technical support capabilities.
Offering provides unique North American insurance and obligor solutions including custom underwriting, data analytics and full compliance support
Arch Insurance today announced its entry into the Consumer Product and Home Warranty markets. With this offering, Arch will focus on its “underwriting only” partnership approach for original equipment manufacturers (OEM), third party administrators, obligors and insurtechs by providing underwriting, compliance, data analytics and nationwide obligor access.
Greenwood Village, CO –August 5, 2020 — CSG® (NASDAQ: CSGS) today announced it has signed a long-term agreement with New Leaf Service Contracts, Inc. to help enhance the warranty management process with its customers. CSG will deploy a new contract management capability within its Field Service Management platform to give New Leaf the ability to automate processes, while providing critical customer data to digitally transform the end-to-end management of its contracts.
The United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit held that the Class Action Fairness Act of 2005 (CAFA) “may not be used to evade the specific numerosity requirement” of the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act” (MMWA).