Energi Launches eGlass Program with Safelite Solutions

Energi Inc. announced December 6 the launch of the eGlass Program, which will be administered by Safelite Solutions, according to an Energi press release.

 “A vehicle’s windshield and other glass play a critical role in keeping the occupants safe and secure. When the glass breaks, the experience can often be stressful and unpleasant,” said Robert Woods, senior vice president of Energi Claims Management. “The eGlass Program was designed off of this premise to bring a positive experience by quickly and conveniently allowing glass damage to be repaired or replaced in a timely manner.”

All affected policyholders and brokers were formally notified about the new program December 6, said Bridget Shine, assistant vice president of Claim Operations & National Accounts for Energi.

Energi policyholders are automatically enrolled in the program, which is provided at no cost to the policyholder.

“Safelite Solutions is committed to working with Energi to deliver service so great, it’s memorable,” said Safelite Solutions senior vice president Dino Lanno. “We exist to make a difference and bring unexpected happiness to people’s everyday lives. By doing this, we are able to help insurers to retain policyholders, especially at the ‘moment of truth’ when filing a claim.”

The eGlass Program will be available to Energi policyholders in the United States and Canada.

Energi Inc. is the parent company for Energi Insurance Services, Inc. (MGA, Wholesaler & Program Manager), eRisk Solutions (LP Safety, Accident Recon, Environmental Management Services, Fire & Explosion Experts), eClaims Management (Claims TPA), eMarketing Strategies (Marketing Services Company) and eTech Services (Technology Services Company for the Insurance Industry). Through these companies, Energi offers specialized insurance programs along with support services meant to reduce client’s long-term loss costs and enhance their productivity.

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