CCC is a leading SaaS platform for the multi-trillion-dollar P&C insurance economy powering operations for insurers, repairers, automakers, part suppliers, lenders, and more. CCC cloud technology connects more than 30,000 businesses digitizing mission-critical workflows, commerce, and customer experiences. A trusted leader in AI, IoT, customer experience, network and workflow management, CCC delivers innovations that keep people’s lives moving forward when it matters most.
This accelerator facilitates seamless integrated access with CCC ONE® Predictive Method of Inspection, Estimating and Repair solutions, enabling auto insurers in the U.S. to leverage predictive insights to reduce claims cycle times and improve customer experiences. Predictive Method of Inspection (PMOI) helps turn complex vehicle damage data into actionable insights at First Notice of Loss (FNOL) and throughout the claims adjustment process. Insurers may search for staff, locate repair shops, schedule repairs, and quickly dispatch appraisal assignments. Duck Creek and CCC also provide industry standard Single Sign On connectivity for easy access to CCC ONE® ecosystem products.
Dependencies for Package
The following tools and packages are required for correct implementation of the package.
Tools Needed to Complete the Package Installation
The following tools are needed to complete the package installation:
- Visual Studio
- SQL Server
- Azure Account
- Duck Creek Claims Studio
- Duck Creek Example Author
To use this package, you must also have the following.
- Duck Creek OnDemand Claims
- External Appointments
Installing the Package
After you are granted access to the Content Exchange packages you requested, use the Content Exchange Package Utility to install the package. This utility can be run on the server or on your local machine.
To install a package:
- Download and install version 3.5.0 of the Content Exchange Package Utility.
- Once installed, open the utility and use it to install or unzip your downloaded packages. Learn more about using this utility.
Some packages are completely installed by the Content Exchange Package Utility while others still require some manual steps. The documentation provided with each package includes any manual steps required to successfully install that package.