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The technology-based developments of today’s economy are redefining the core operations of businesses.  Many enterprises are adopting digital practices to streamline productivity and workflow efficiency.  The changes are being applied across all sectors of a business, from human resources and marketing, to accounting and supply chain management.  The new technology implementation will not only help eliminate errors, but will also allow employees to redirect their focus from redundant manual tasks to more intricate operations.  The ever-changing environment of the modern workplace demands that organizations seek out new technology in order to maintain a competitive advantage and satisfy objectives.

As of this moment, technology-related software is being integrated into thousands of daily organizational affairs in an effort to increase quality of service, reduce human error, and decrease expenses.  The use of technology to fuel business processes enables companies to simplify their workflow, while improving internal and external communications.  One of the most integral aspects of modern technology is the recent advent of the ‘cloud’.  Its ability to facilitate operations across any industry, specialty, and niche function, has made it one of the most sought-after enhancements in today’s workplace.
Cloud-based software offers businesses a secure solution for uploading and accessing necessary documents from any location or device with network access.  This removes the confines of the traditional workplace and enables unprecedented mobility for employees to complete the day’s task.  This will enhance a company’s scalability and permit employees to dedicate their time towards more meaningful work rather than boring administrative tasks.  It also drives previously unseen collaboration between the world’s workforces, which has propelled new geographic alliances.
Large corporations like Apple, Amazon, and Uber are using technology as the bedrock of their current practices by developing new ways that it can be used.   This can be seen in the way that Amazon has revolutionized online shopping through prime, its catalog of smart products like Alexa, and its subsequent introduction of a cloud based platform for the masses.  It can also be seen in the way that apple transformed the ‘smart phone’ and how Uber utilized that transformation for a new type of taxi service.  All around us, technology is changing the way humans function in daily life.  This has produced unparalleled growth for these companies that has created them into the current powerhouses that they are.
JDi Data is a technology based company that has taken advantage of the clouds current growth to develop innovative new products that streamline the user’s workflow.  They’ve been able to accomplish this by analyzing common workplace inefficiencies and areas of redundancy that can be optimized by automation and the power of instant communication.  This has resulted in cutting-edge solutions like CTrax, an automated certificate of insurance tool that will manage all of a company’s COIs.  Doing so, by acting like a digital filing cabinet and bookkeeper that can generate any and all COI information in a matter of seconds through its global search.
Another game-changing product that JDi has developed as result of SAAS (Software as a Service) is Claims Manager®, a versatile risk management information system (RMIS) that has the flexibility and power to handle all lines of property and casualty claims.  It also includes configurable automated reporting on every aspect, a constantly up-to-date dashboard, and instant text message communication.  JDi has leveraged their technological innovations to eliminate human error, increase accountability, and save businesses countless dollars.
In addition to CTrax and Claims Manager®, JDi also produces sub-systems that are meant to work in conjunction with their other products to produce even more powerful results.  One of these is Policy Administrator™, which synchronizes with Claims Manager® to deliver a comprehensive package for underwriters and brokers.  This helps large companies like United Healthcare to efficiently digest large volumes of data, perform complex calculations, and manage organizational process with unseen proficiency.  Integrating the right type of technology into the corporate strategy is the best way to gain a competitive edge, maximized productivity, and achieve revenue goals with superlative results.

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