DOCOsoft launched the DOSCARs in 2018 as way of celebrating its customers and recognising their unique achievements, talents and personal qualities.
The DOSCARs embody and reflect the DOCOsoft culture, which combines a deadly-serious passion for engineering excellence and customer service with a dependable willingness to have some fun from time to time.
The DOSCARs are serious too, but not too serious! In short, they’re one more aspect of the unique approach that helps DOCOsoft stand out from other vendors in this crowded market.
The DOSCARs recognise achievement in all its many and various forms, and are classified into four categories
Claims Handler Award
Awarded to a claims handler who has made a significant difference while working with the DOCOsoft claims management system.
2018: Rich Woodhams (Faraday)
2019: Kat Fraser (Talbot)
2020: Stephen Roach (SCOR)
2021: Lucy Mann (Faraday)
2022: Dan Lofty (Markel)
2023: Steve Lynch (Enstar)
Awarded to a company that has made a significant difference while working with the DOCOsoft claims management system.
2019: AXA XL
2021: SCOR Channel
Non Claims Handler Award
Awarded to an individual in non-claims-handling role who has made a significant difference working with DOCOsoft.
2018: Paul Jones (Axis)
2019: Philip Brooks (Axis) and David Hughes (Axis)
2020: Jamie Cox (Enstar)
2021: Jack Entwistle (Chubb) and Natalie Rose (Hartford)
2022: Tim Lovick (SCOR)
2023: Gurmeet Natt (Canopius)
Lifetime Achievement Award
Awarded to a person who has contributed to DOCOsoft community over many years.
2018: Ian Springett (MAP) and Adrian Duggleby (MAP)
2019: Patricia Hoskins (Asta)
2020: Rich Woodhams (Dale)
2021: Ian Mallery (ChannelSCOR), David Hughes (Axis) and Ramzi Shammas (Northdoor)
2022: Lee Ramsden (Ark) and Paddy Riordan (Munich Re)
2023: Charles Glashier (Faraday)