Auger expands dedicated tech service
Expanding tech specialist for the insurance industry Auger has further grown its UK network with the appointment of nine more recruits.
The new employees include six engineers, taking the dedicated engineering network to more than 80 with a data-driven approach and cutting-edge technology in support of drainage and water mains claims.
As part of its growth, the new recruits will be put through the Auger Academy where they will be trained in the relevant skills in engineering, account management and technology.
Nicola Lyon, head of recruitment and people development at Auger, said: “We’re finding the Academy to be hugely beneficial as we expand further. This means we can train our new employees in the skills they need in the same way and provide a consistent high level of service our clients have come to expect wherever they are.”
Training under the Academy includes partnering engineers with senior staff. This is supported by industry-leading technology including bespoke software tools and apps which allow staff to file information and reports quickly and easily from wherever they are in the UK.
Meanwhile, Auger is recruiting for new staff in a range of roles around the UK including drain repair engineers, drainage investigation engineer, subsidence investigation engineers and water mains engineers.
Aquapea typically offers 25 per cent savings for the insurer on external water pipe claims and up to 80 per cent on internal leaks through the reduction in the disruption and cost of internal digs and reinstatement of kitchens and floor finishes.
This was posted in Bdaily's Members' News section by Paul Tustin .
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