CalAmp Announces Partnership with TransUnion to Help Insurers Manage Stolen-Vehicle Claims

April 13, 2018 5:53 pm Published by Leave your thoughts


CalAmp announced plans to partner with TransUnion to help insurance carriers better manage risk, minimize replacement losses and improve customer service.

“Bringing together the proven capabilities of our LoJack Stolen Vehicle Recovery System with TransUnion’s strength in insurance data analytics means insurers will gain access to enhanced services for tracking and recovering stolen vehicles,” said Michael Burdiek, president and chief executive officer of Irvine, Calif.-based CalAmp. “The combined resources could save insurance providers millions of dollars per year in stolen-vehicle claims and bring peace of mind to consumers.”

The partnership intends to leverage TransUnion’s insurance data and industry relationships to the benefit of consumers and insurance companies through the activation of stolen-vehicle recovery (SVR) services in LoJack’s installed base of vehicles with units previously in a dormant state. When a LoJack-equipped vehicle is reported stolen and is activated, law enforcement can directly locate and recover the vehicle using one of more than 14,000 LoJack tracking computers installed in police vehicles across the nation, according to CalAmp.

“As the CalAmp and TransUnion relationship moves forward, we believe both insurers and consumers will realize great benefits,” said Mark McElroy, executive vice president and head of TransUnion’s insurance business unit. “Our role in helping to track down stolen vehicles at a faster rate will be especially rewarding to see.”

As the only SVR system directly integrated with law enforcement, the LoJack Stolen Vehicle Recovery System has a more than 90-percent recovery rate on cars, trucks and SUVs, according to CalAmp. Triggering a real-time activation of a dormant LoJack stolen-vehicle recovery service can mean the difference between a full recovery or a complete loss, according to the company.

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