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Why do the top Law Firms, CPA Firms, and Claims Preparation Firms choose ITSG's cloud-based OilClaim Calculator Software for processing their BP Claims instead of spreadsheets?

WARNING: If you prepare BP Claims, then you should be aware of the compelling reasons below regarding why you should upgrade from the desktop-based spreadsheet approach that was made obsolete over a year ago upon release of our software. Prevention of fraud, regulatory compliance, data integrity, data security, business continuity are only the beginning of the list of benefits and advantages over desktop-based spreadsheets. See below for more details.

Advantages of Processing BP Claims in ITSG's Cloud-Based OilClaim Calculator Software

Very Low Vulnerability to Fraud with Built-in Financial Controls - All Formulas and Algorithms are Controlled by ITSG, Locked and Not Editable by Users and can Not be Overwritten by copying/pasting/linking numerical data

Fully Automated Decision Making for Maximum Compensation Every Time to Remove Human Error. Resulted in 7% Higher Total Compensation on Average via ITSG internal study of 1,000 BP Claims

SAS70 Compliant (Sorbanes Oxley [SOX] Compliant)

Cloud Computing, Ultra-Resilient Architecture with 24x7x365 Active Monitoring within a Network Operations and Threat Monitoring Center

Data Secured by Industry-Leading and Government-Grade ProtectPoint Hardware and Software Firewall

PCI Compliant

Not Obstructive to Regulatory Compliance

Client information is Backed up daily in two, encrypted and secure locations

Satisfactory for Business Continuity with a Single-Data Storage Location that is Backed Up Remotely with Encryption

Data Integrity is Intact

Fit for Agile Business Changes and Climate Changes, as well as Ready for Weather Related Events such as Hurricanes


Easy to Consolidate Data and Reporting

Scales Automatically and Ready for Growth

Ready for Collaboration with Access-Controlled User Login and Management built for Sole Practitioners and Large Corporate Users to enable planning, forecasting, budgeting, and reporting.

Disadvantages of Processing BP Claims in a Spreadsheet on a Desktop Computer

High Vulnerability to Fraud - Fraudulent manipulations in company spreadsheet files have already resulted in Billion-Dollar losses. The main underlying reason behind this spreadsheet vulnerability is the inherent lack of controls, which makes it so easy to alter either formulas, values, or dependencies without being detected

Susceptible to Trivial Human Error - Not reliable. User must choose Highest Total Compensation

Not SAS70 (Sorbanes Oxley [SOX] Compliant)

Not Monitored. Desktop Application


Low Security with Desktop-Based Consumer Grade Firewall and Virus Software

Not PCI Compliant

Obstructive to Regulatory Compliance such as Sorbanes-Oxley and Dodd-Frank

No Backup of Client Data. Not Secure.

Unsuited for Business Continuity since Spreadsheet Data is Not Stored in a Single Location and Resides on the Computers of Multiple Users

Spreadsheet Data Integrity is Not Intact. Cells and Formulas can be deleted at any time losing all data integrity

Not Fit for Agile Business Changes and Climate Changes. Mergers and Acquisitions, Management Buyouts, earthquakes, tsunamis, hurricanes, uprisings, climate change, new technologies, and so on are problematic

Hard to Create Reports, Consolidating Data is a Labor-Intensive Manual Process and Sharing Data is Challenging

Scales Poorly. Spreadsheets Not Optimized for Growth

Susceptible to Erroneous and Duplicate Data and Not Built for Collaboration Planning, forecasting, budgeting, and reporting are all collaborative activities

 

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Leading Claim Support Team

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100% Accurate Calculations

Unlimited calculations and unlimited causation available to maximize your BP claim settlement.

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ABC 3 Top Stories. WEAR ABC 3 :: Online Oil Spill Claim Calculator in the news The BP oil spill affected nearly every industry around the Gulf of Mexico. Even individuals and industries that are not directly associated with the maritime or petroleum industries have seen a drop in revenue due to the ripple effect from declines in fishing, oil and gas production, and tourism.  If you you're an individual who suffered as a result or your business saw a drop in revenue due to the oil spill then we are here to help with your BP oil spill claim. You worked hard to build up your company; shouldn't you have someone who will work hard for you to get back what you lost? IT Strategies Group's battle-tested OilClaim Calculator™  cloud based software is secure and significantly reduces the time that it takes for you to properly submit your claim and get your settlement now! Learn More »

As of June 4, 2012, the U.S. Courts have decided that it's time to get you paid. The Economic & Property Damages Settlement resolves certain economic loss and property damage claims related to the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill. If your claim is validated and you are included in this Settlement, you could receive money if you were harmed by the oil spill in one or more of the following categories:

 

The Latest Deepwater Horizon News:

August 20th, 2015 - Deepwater Horizon settlements helped Obama come through with wetlands ... - The lens

Deepwater Horizon settlements helped Obama come through with wetlands ...
The lens
The state doesn't have most of that money, but the Obama Administration can take some credit for steering nearly $8 billion to Louisiana's coastal restoration efforts via settlements with BP for the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. Of that, $5 billion ...

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August 27th, 2015 - Deepwater Horizon cleanup worker sues BP, alleging health hazards - The Louisiana Record

The Louisiana Record

Deepwater Horizon cleanup worker sues BP, alleging health hazards
The Louisiana Record
An oil industry worker is suing a major oil company alleging negligence and breach of duty in the 2010 Deepwater Horizon spill allegedly leading to the plaintiff's permanent injuries. Ronald Ducote sued Illinois-based BP Exploration & Production Inc ...

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August 5th, 2015 - Report: Stuntman working on 'Deepwater Horizon' filming found dead in New ... - WWL

WWL

Report: Stuntman working on 'Deepwater Horizon' filming found dead in New ...
WWL
The screenplay is based on the December 2010 New York Times article,"Deepwater Horizon's Final Hours," by David Barstow, David Rohde and Stephanie Saul. Eleven men died in the fiery disaster. The Macondo well eruption beneath the rig also caused ...
Shawn Robinson, 41, found dead in his New Orleans hotel roomDaily Mail
Breaking: 'Deepwater Horizon' Stuntman Shawn Robinson Found Dead In Hotel RoomETCanada.com (blog)
Stuntman working on 'Deepwater Horizon' filming found dead in NewIT Decisions
New York Daily News
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August 6th, 2015 - Deepwater Horizon: There's More to be Done - The Maritime Executive

The Maritime Executive

Deepwater Horizon: There's More to be Done
The Maritime Executive
This is a key message in a recent summary by DNV GL of findings and recommendations by 21 major inquiries into the BP Deepwater Horizon drilling rig explosion and oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico in 2010. The inquiries were conducted by governmental, ...

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August 14th, 2015 - USF research collaboration compares IXTOC oil spill to Deepwater Horizon spill - Phys.Org

Phys.Org

USF research collaboration compares IXTOC oil spill to Deepwater Horizon spill
Phys.Org
By looking at IXTOC, we hope we will be able to better predict the long term effects of the 2010 Deepwater Horizon spill in terms of the chemical and biological consequences of oil that reached the sea bottom. The research will not only help us to ...

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August 5th, 2015 - Is off-shore drilling safer after Deepwater Horizon? - The Ridgefield Press

The Ridgefield Press

Is off-shore drilling safer after Deepwater Horizon?
The Ridgefield Press
“Both industry and government have taken important strides to better protect human lives and the environment from oil spills, and these proposed measures are designed to further build on critical lessons learned from the Deepwater Horizon tragedy and ...

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August 18th, 2015 - Family faults BP for death attributed to Deepwater Horizon incident - The Louisiana Record

The Louisiana Record

Family faults BP for death attributed to Deepwater Horizon incident
The Louisiana Record
According to the complaint, BP hired Miro Mjehovic following the epic oil spill resulting from the 2010 Deepwater Horizon incident. The suit states that Mjehovic's direct employer was U.S. Maritime Services of New Orleans and that he was employed from ...

 
August 19th, 2015 - State agency refines list of projects under consideration for funding with ... - The Advocate

The Advocate

State agency refines list of projects under consideration for funding with ...
The Advocate
Money from the Deepwater Horizon settlement could become available in early 2017 and a state agency has released a more fine-tuned list of projects officials are considering for funding. Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority Executive Director ...

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August 3rd, 2015 - Gard: Six takeaways from Deepwater Horizon - Marine Log

Marine Log

Gard: Six takeaways from Deepwater Horizon
Marine Log
AUGUST 3, 2015 — Arendal, Norway, headquartered P&I club Gard notes that last month's settlement by BP brings to an end the outstanding major claim elements of Deepwater Horizon case.The current estimate is that claims and costs will have cost BP and ...

 
August 14th, 2015 - BP faces $48m fine over market rigging - The Week UK

The Week UK

BP faces $48m fine over market rigging
The Week UK
It also comes just a month after the company reached a record settlement of $18.7bn (£12bn) with US regulators in connection with the Deepwater Horizon disaster five years ago. Shares in the company actually rose after that agreement was announced as ...