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Published on: 26 Oct 2016 by amisilliams
Regularly updated fraud
news and trend information are accessible for the first time to smartphone and
iPad users through a new mobile app from the Coalition Against Insurance Fraud.
The new app FraudWire
allows convenient viewing of regularly updated Coalition information that’s in
high demand within the anti-fraud community.
Available are daily and
weekly fraud news … weekly blogs … podcasts ... videos … trend articles by
noted experts, and other fresh insurance-fraud information. They’re formatted
for easy viewing on mobile screens.
FraudWire is available in
the Apple store for iPhone and iPad users, and from Google Play for Android
users. “Convenient access to fresh fraud information in the subway, hallway or
airport is a clear work convenience to fraud fighters who rely on access to
updated news and trend analyses in as close to real time as possible,” said
Dennis Jay, executive director of the Coalition.
Users can navigate the
Coalition app by information category, tag and a search tab. Real-time
notifications of late-breaking fraud news also are available.
FraudWire reflects a
continued shift to app-driven smartphones and tablets as primary platforms for
accessing digital information. Mobile devices continue outperforming desktops
and laptops as preferred information sources in recent years. The shift is
especially marked for Millennials.
Nearly 40 percent of
visitors accessed InsuranceFraud.org via mobile devices this year. Less than
half of visitors accessed the Coalition’s website via Windows.
*Average daily Internet
usage for mobile devices grew 600 percent from 2010 to 2015, while
desktop/laptop usage flattened;
*Mobile apps account for 54
percent of time spent consuming digital media; and
*62 percent of digital
media usage time is spent on a mobile device.
“America is an
anywhere-anytime information economy. This is especially true of fraud
fighters. An app that allows instant access to freshly updated fraud
information provides a job benefit for frontline fraud fighters and a
management gain for decisionmakers,” Jay said.
The Coalition Against
Insurance Fraud is a national alliance of insurers, government agencies and
consumers dedicated to combating all forms of insurance fraud through public
advocacy, consumer education and research. Founded in 1993, the Coalition
consists of 145 state, national and international organizations.
Dennis Jay, executive
James Quiggle, director of