Xactware Launches XactAnalysis SP mobile for Android Devices

New version lets XactAnalysis SP users access claims on Android devices

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LONDON, 11 February 2013Xactware has released a new version of XactAnalysis® SP mobile, which operates on AndroidTM devices and enhances property professionals' ability to manage and update claims in the field.

XactAnalysis SP mobile helps estimators, surveyors, service providers, and loss adjusters improve their response times by letting them access, view, and update claims as long as they have an Android smartphone. The app also integrates with the built-in GPS functionality of mobile devices to show claims within a 30-mile radius (50-kilometres) and to provide driving directions to job sites, which can help save time on travel.

"Xactware customers who use Android devices will be amazed at what XactAnalysis SP mobile can do to help them work more efficiently," said KC Agrelius, Xactware’s vice president of XactAnalysis. "Our team is committed to pushing the bounds of mobile technology to provide our customers with the best possible solutions to make their jobs easier."

XactAnalysis SP mobile is available for download from Google PlayTM and runs on Android devices that operate Gingerbread or newer. Users can activate it at no additional cost through their XactAnalysis account.

About Xactware
Xactware Solutions (Xactware) is a Verisk Analytics (Nasdaq:VRSK) company specialising in the property insurance, refurbishment, and restoration industries. Xactware’s applications include buildings and contents estimating programs for PCs and tablet PCs, as well as powerful online systems for reinstatement-cost calculations, estimate tracking, and data trending in real time.

For more information about Xactware’s products and services, call Xactware at 020 7680 4970 or visit www.xactware.com/uk.

Media Contact:
James Grant
Xactware Managing Director, UK and Ireland
+44 (0)207 680 4981

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