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Mt. Morris Mutual Selects RC Inspection from Risk Control Technologies

TORONTO, Jan. 8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ - Risk Control Technologies Inc., the industry-leading provider of loss control software solutions for insurers, today announced that Coloma, Wisconsin-based Mt. Morris Mutual Insurance Company ("Mt. Morris") has selected the RC Inspection software solution to support its loss control operations.

Mt. Morris planned on bringing its loss control operations in-house, and was seeking a technology solution that would facilitate management of an internal team.  RC Inspection not only allows them to manage their internal team and external vendors, but also streamlines field data collection in the field using tablet devices as well as automates other manual processes surrounding the loss control survey process.

"We identified a need to strengthen our loss control program, but wanted to ensure we implemented our processes in such a way that maximized efficiency," said Danielle Loeffler, Vice President of Policy Services for Mt. Morris, she added "Risk Control Technologies not only has a great product which will serve as the platform for our process, their team brings a lot of expertise to the table to help us maximize productivity and effectiveness".

Founded in 1875, Mt. Morris Mutual offers a wide range of homeowners, commercial lines and farmowners products in the state of Wisconsin through a network of independent agents.

As part of the rollout of RC Inspection, Mt. Morris plans to outfit its field loss control team with tablets, which will be loaded with the RC Inspection field application for field data collection.  This will allow the field inspectors to collect risk data, photos, recommendations and diagrams in the field, even in locations without mobile broadband connections.  Once data is collected in the field, it is then uploaded into a central database which allows underwriters to utilize the information in making underwriting decisions.  This central data repository also offers data mining and reporting capabilities which have traditionally been unavailable in the paper-based loss control environment in which most insurers operate.

"We are very excited to add another Wisconsin-based insurer to our list of clients" said David Da Costa of Risk Control Technologies, "Mt. Morris is very forward-looking company in terms of technology, and we are looking forward to working with their team."

The solution will be delivered to Mt. Morris on a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) basis by Risk Control Technologies, leveraging cloud technologies.

About Risk Control Technologies Inc.

Risk Control Technologies Inc. uses leading-edge technology to simplify what are traditionally horribly onerous, paper-based processes in the insurance industry.  Today, the loss control solution developed by Risk Control Technologies is used by leading insurers throughout North America.  For more information, visit

About Mt. Morris Mutual Insurance Company

Founded in 1875, Mt. Morris Mutual offers a wide range of homeowners, commercial lines and farmowners products in the state of Wisconsin through a network of independent agents. Mt. Morris Mutual is a non-assessable company which has been domiciled in Waushara County, Wisconsin since its existence.

SOURCE Risk Control Technologies Inc.

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