Can CatManDo's Responsive Web Design Do the Job?
October 10, 2013
What would happen if companies didn’t have websites? Of course, it’s unimaginable that in an age dominated by the Internet that anyone can even contemplate not having one. And, for an industry, where most of the personnel and partners are in the field, it has even greater relevance. Websites help promote products, spread ideas, figure in search engines and most importantly help to share information.
That’s why CatManDo, Inc. a full service independent claims adjusting and TPA firm, decided to launch a new website, one that was packed with new service information for insurance carriers and sported a responsive Web design. This was to ensure that everyone –from claims adjusters, contractors to client policy holders -- would find it more than just informative.
Apart from service information, the new website sports links to industry news that could interest insurance adjusters, tips for policy holders filing claims, online applications for service contractors and entry to the portals of continuing education.
“The content of the new site is very robust; we spent a lot of time making sure we covered our entire offering, from daily claims handling to full TPA services. Even our specialties are highlighted, including information on our complete suite of dispute resolution services and our unique Causation unit,” observed Chuck Ross, president of CatManDo.
Of course, with smart phones and hordes of mobile devices storming all sectors, CatManDo made sure that its redesigned website had enough features to suit all of them, regardless of the type of device they used. And, the platform was future proof, so the addition of interactive and mobile features down the line would prove to be a breeze.
With such robust websites, CatManDo hopes to eliminate the need for brochures (that nobody bothers to read) and ensure greater transparency in the claims adjusting processes.
Websites change perspective. So, creating one that is informative, functional and encourages exploration is perhaps the quickest way to prop up the brand and company. Can CatManDo achieve this for the insurance industry?
Edited by Rory J. Thompson
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