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Will Roberts

21 Oct, 2013 02:56 PM

We are constantly revising estimates for NC Farm Bureau adjusters and have noticed our pricing is different. It's usually higher and can be as much as several hundred dollars on average claims. Is there a way for us to have the same pricing as they do so we don't have to continually enter manually?

Will Roberts

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Chris on 21 Oct, 2013 05:08 PM

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    Thank you for contacting Simsol support. NC Farm Bureau uses the same pricing tables that are available to all of our users via our updates page. If you can determine which global pricing table (GPT) is being used on any given estimate(s) you can then download and install this update and make sure that this is the table being used during your revisions.

    There would be only two ways to determine which table was being used on a given estimate. One way would be to have the actual archive (SFZ) file to which you could access the cover page (gold padlock) from the tree and verify which table was in use on that file. The second option, and the least likely option, would be that if the adjuster had elected to print a cover page with their estimate and they included the estimate vitals section, this section would indicate which table was being used. This is not very common and would most likely not be an option for you.

    I hope this information is of assistance. If you have any more questions with this, please feel free to contact us.


  2. Chris closed this discussion on 22 Oct, 2013 01:57 PM.

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