CollisionSyzygy, Inc. (CSI) is the premier provider of generic claims outsourcing services performed on a highly technological delivery platform which involves the Internet and various proprietory software systems. CollisionSyzygy successfully brings together an insurance company's auto damage claim with the body repair shop in an efficient manner that significantly reduces costs for both.
The goal of this business plan is to acquire capital investment so that CollisionSyzygy can escalate its time-proven business strategy and processes to a level that will reach more of the available market. Time is a critical factor. CollisionSyzygy is as much as a year and a half ahead of its competitors in technological developments that create the efficiencies, in collision claims processing, that result in the profits for its clients. The ability to rapidly infuse money into CSI will ensure that its competitors remain in a posture of emulation. It is CollisionSyzygy's technological advantage, combined with the vast amount of unharvested market potential, that makes it such a phenomenal investment opportunity. In addition, smaller insurance companies will find it impossible to operate profitably without outsourcing collision claims because such companies will not be able to achieve the lower costs that are associated with high volume transactions.
Another key attraction of CollisionSyzygy is that it offers full-spectrum claims processing services, with rapid transaction clearance and both a national and an international marketplace of buyers. Many competitors specialize or limit services due to inadequate technologies; CSI, however, utilizes technology to offer every service available.
CollisionSyzygy is an ongoing company. The company, which has been developing and using its advanced technologies for the past five years, is headed by William Smith, who has 18 years of managerial experience in collision repairs and insurance adjusting.
The company is rapidly building a network of body shop facilities who receive geographic territories in exchange for agreeing to maintain very stringent quality control standards, certifications, and discount pricing, which further enhances the insurance company's profit margin.
Various proprietory software programs and CollisionSyzygy's multi-platform reporting capability promise to make CSI a formidable leader in generic services.
The company is currently operating in a profitable position. With the new investment, CollisionSyzygy should be able to achieve (lofty) sales for the 12-month period of Year 1. Profits before income taxes are expected to be (staggering). In just two years, sales should soar, with (sky-high) pre-tax profits. After-tax profits should approximate (breathtaking). The following chart illustrates after-tax profits.
CollisionSyzygy, Inc. is the only company in the United States to offer a low-cost, generic solution to the processing, administration, and resolution of auto insurance claims. Through its proprietory, high technology process and software, CollisionSyzygy acts much like a phone conferencing switch, channeling insured's claims from the insurance company to the appropriate auto repair shop. This process will result in quality, lifetime-warranted repair work for the insured. CSI manages the entire process and provides comprehensive reporting to the insurance carrier. CollisionSyzygy's mission is to optimize the claims delivery process for each participant in a way uniquely different from its competitors.
The result of CollisionSyzygy's high technology process is--
An insurance company whose claim:
A customer/claimant who:
And member repair shops that:
In short, CollisionSyzygy is utilizing a managed auto body repair process much like the health care industry has attempted to contain costs using the Health Management Organization (HMO) approach. The exception in this analogy, however, is that cost efficiency is achieved by eliminating unnecessary elements of the traditional claims process, rather than by eliminating necessary repair procedures or parts.
Claims processing is only profitable on a large volume basis. This makes it difficult, indeed prohibitive, for smaller insurance companies to run profitable claims operations. The claims processing formula established by CollisionSyzygy will allow smaller insurers to handle claims profitably while also increasing the margins of larger companies.