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Staying Happy and Healthy in a Remote Workplace

Chris Powers Apr 9, 2020 11:49:44 AM

At BriteCore, we pride ourselves on our flexible work hours and mobility. We know working remotely can affect our wellness and productivity. We can all enjoy its benefits while remaining alert to some of the challenges remote work can pose. To make the most of remote work, here are some tips for staying happy and healthy when working remotely. 

BriteCore's Favorite Tools for Remote Work

Ben Hayden Apr 9, 2020 7:46:53 AM

BriteCore has an unusual perspective on the move toward remote work during the COVID-19 pandemic. We aren’t scrambling to shift our team from offices to remote work because we chose to become a fully remote company ten years ago. 

During that time, we’ve learned how important several tools are to our operations: Slack, Zoom, and G-Suite from Google. We want to share...

A Quick Start Guide for Remote Work

Chastin Reynolds Apr 7, 2020 11:07:25 AM

Remote work has become a mandate rather than an option. Insurance business and IT leaders are faced with few choices about whether to adopt remote work and sometimes shockingly little time to adapt.

Top Five Tools for Touchless Claims

Phil Reynolds Mar 21, 2019 1:31:04 PM

The most critical customer touch point for an insurance company occurs when a claim is filed by an insured. Companies who make policyholders feel valued and reassured during the claims process instill confidence and loyalty in their brands, even amidst a crisis. One key way to achieve unparalleled service throughout the claims experience is to embrace tools that...

[Webinar Recap] How Insurers Can Meet the Agility Mandate: Rethinking Technology in the New Era of Computing

Erin Manley Jan 29, 2019 10:09:00 AM

New business demands and technology requirements are challenging insurers to change the way they operate. Recently, BriteCore CEO Phil Reynolds joined Strategy Meets Action and a panel of experts to discuss four fundamental elements insurers must adopt to remain relevant in the new era of computing: microservices, DevOps, new user interfaces, and data analytics.