How Does FORCE Stack Up in Celent’s Fraud Detection Vendor Spectrum?

by Rob Morton

Celent is a highly respected industry analyst firm covering the insurance and financial services space. Their stated purpose is to provide independent and informed analysis to help their clients make better decisions about technology implementations. In this context, Shift is proud to have been included as a key vendor in the firm’s Claims Fraud Detection Systems Vendor Spectrum.
The report is designed to answer three key questions about the current fraud detection solutions landscape:

• Who are the main vendors active in the claims fraud detection area in insurance?
• What are the key resources and capabilities of a claims fraud detection solution?
• What are the fraud detection techniques offered as part of a claims fraud detection system?

Celent’s inclusion of Shift in the report indicates their confidence in Shift as a prominent vendor in the claims fraud detection space. Regarding the two other questions – which the report both quantitatively and qualitatively addresses – Shift comes out well positioned for how our AI-native fraud detection solution, FORCE meets Celent’s criteria.

Read the Shift section of the report now to see how the capabilities and fraud detection techniques of FORCE stack up against Celent’s requirements.

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