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Roost Integration


Roost Home Telematics provides P&C insurance carriers with in-home telematics solutions.   Their Smart Leak detector can be placed anywhere in the home where there is a potential for leaking or flooding (i.e. near plumbing or appliances) The Roost Duck Creek integration kit allows Roost’s Smart Leak sensor to automatically send a message and create an incident within Duck Creek’s Claims system upon detection of a leak.

The integration kit includes a solution file with source code containing a generic email listener, Windows service for monitoring email inbox messages, the Claims custom extensions and required SQL Scripts.

Duck Creek Claims + Roost’s  smart home sensors can help insurers and policyholders mitigate loss, increase customer engagement and reduce annual claim costs.


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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:

  • Configuration Consoles
  • Microsoft Visual Studio
  • Active Azure Subscription


To use this package, you must also have Duck Creek OnDemand Claims as well as:

  • Dedicated email Account

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