CLUE | Subrogation Status and Claim Amount Consistency
BriteCore updated a claims process to align with LexisNexis requirements for the handling of recovery deductions when subrogation is indicated. Previously, the subrogation status of a claim was determined solely based on the claim status, while the claim amount deducted recovery regardless of the status. To align with LexisNexis requirements, moving forward, the record status will be set to "S" (subrogation) only if the claim contains recovery history. This adjustment ensures that recovery deductions are accurately applied when the subrogation status is explicitly indicated. (BC-11119).
QuickBooks Import of Exported Commission Payments
BriteCore resolved a defect related to the export of commission payments and integration with Quickbooks. Previously, there was an issue where the Quickbooks system failed to import the exported commission payments after a client completed the export process. With this fix, once a client exports their commission payments, the Quickbooks system now correctly imports the exported commission payments, ensuring data accuracy and synchronization between the systems (BC-11260).
Optimization for Renewal Revision Generation
BriteCore addressed a performance issue affecting the process of generating renewal revisions for a specific policy. Previously, the process took over six minutes, frequently resulting in a timeout error (504). The problem arose when copying supplemental questions from the old line item to the new one. To resolve this issue, BriteCore optimized the retrieval of supplemental questions thereby reducing the processing time to less than a second. (BC-11140).
Address Change and MunichRe Eligibility Issue Resolved
Clients had an issue with MunichRe eligibility when changing from one address to another, both of which accepted flood coverage. The BriteCore application was attempting to run MunichRe eligibility twice, failing the second call because only one result was being stored in the database. This issue has now been resolved by … (how? Recognizing an address change and only running eligibility once? Or, by storing both addresses in the database so that the 2nd call was successful?). (BC-11222).
Resolved Popup Display Issue After Rating Multiple Properties
Previously, when rating a policy with more than 10 locations, a popup message would display with the message: "Please be patient. It will take some time to rate the policy since there are more than 10 locations on the quote." However, even after completing all the ratings, the popup would continue to be displayed and would not disappear. With this latest update, BriteCore addressed this issue by removing the popup message upon successful completion of rating all the properties. (BC-11128)