Van Ameyde and NV schade recently signed a contract for the provision of an IT platform for administering disability insurance for employees and employers in the metal, engineering and automotive industry. Van Ameyde has also entered into a user agreement with USR for the use of the IT platform for an initial period of 5 years and with an option for an additional 5 years. USR will be the executive organization for the WGA-WIA insurance of NV schade. NV schade chose Van Ameyde because of its experience in building user-friendly, technologically advanced insurance solutions and its know-how in the field of policy and claims management. Existing technology for policy management and payments that Van Ameyde has in its product portfolio creates the basis for the WGA-WIA platform. In the coming period, efforts will be made to integrate this technology into the IT landscape of NV schade and USR. Eduard Ooms, director NV schade said : " I am delighted that the cooperation with Van Ameyde is established after a careful selection procedure. Van Ameyde is a professional partner with a good track record with which we can optimally serve our customers in the Metal & Technology industry”. Piet Middelkoop , CEO of the Van Ameyde Group says: “ We are delighted about the collaboration with NV schade. In addition, the service fits in well in our strategy in which the emphasis is increasingly on technology.
NV schade is the disability insurer for employers and employees in the metal , engineering and automotive industry. As part of the collective labor agreement, employees in this sector are insured with NV schade through their employer . In the event of incapacity for work NV schade often provides a supplement to the income with this insurance. In addition, NV schade helps with guiding people back to work, training or finding a new job.
Van Ameyde is the European market leader in claims management, outsourcing and IT solutions for the entire insurance value chain. In addition, Van Ameyde focuses with separate labels on complex loss adjusting, including personal injury and the commercial insurance segment.