Welcome to Spex

The digital property inspection & reporting platform


Insurance and Construction
Professionals are Switching to Spex



P&C Carriers, Agencies,
TPA’s, Adjusting Firms,
Underwriting & Survey Firms



Restoration Firms, PSP’s,
Contractor Networks,
Residential & Commercial Contractors

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FEMA, NFIP, Government,
Structural Engineers,
Hazmat Specialists


Better Inspections

Field reps automatically receive new assignments with all the necessary details and supporting information. Documenting inspections is a breeze with Spex Rapid Capture™

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Why Choose the
Spex Platform?

Spex increases transparency, improves customer satisfaction, limits training expenses, accelerates cycle times, and reduces Loss Adjustment Expenses.

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Spex improves claim handling by providing field and desk users with better tools to capture and document inspections.
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Spex organizes and collects all inspection related data. Spex informs estimating, claim handling and business intelligence initiatives.
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Spex facilitates better collaboration between all parties. The SpexReport® increases transparency and makes it easy for everyone to stay on the same page.

What’s New in Spex

Spex is better than ever! We've transformed yesterday's graph paper and digital camera inspections into a robust, digital environment. Customers have told us the features they want and we've listened. Here are some of our recent updates:


Introducing Spex Android

Spex now works on Android tablets and phones. Download Spex from the Google Play Store and create your digital inspections today.


Improved Web Dashboard

From batch assignments to automated PDF Photo Sheets, the Spex Dashboard is your hub for collecting field inspection data and addressing all your claims and underwriting report needs.



Spex integrates with any third-party tool that compliments property inspectors needs. Whether it's Spike laser measurements, drone footage or any other tool you can think of, Spex is the best place for your inspection documentation to live.

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"There are a number of follow-up tasks involving the homeowner in our industry. During catastrophes like Fort McMurray, those tasks can take three weeks to complete. With Spex, we're now able to complete those tasks in less than three hours."

Patrick Foisey, Claim Assist Canada

Built by Insurance and Construction Experts.


The Spex team is made up of a veteran group of subject-matter experts combined with world-class software engineers. As a team, we are dedicated to building the best long-term inspection solutions for the insurance and construction industries. Learn more about us here.


Recent Blog Posts

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The Importance of Ease-of-Use

Most software designers will say they strive for “ease-of-use” above all other features. User Experience (UX) experts will describe it, consistently, as mission critical to ...

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Better, Faster, Cheaper

Spex was founded in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, after the destructive event ravaged the East Coast of the United States in late 2012. Its impact included $62 billion in propert...

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Recent Press

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Colorado Insurtech Business Spex Announces Chris Onan Joins Its Board of Directors
January 4, 2017

Spex--a digital property inspection and reporting platform--announced today the addition of Chris Onan to its board of directors as the business expands its team and operations for 2017.
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Innovations, Services, Headlines & More Impacting our Industry in 2016
December 5, 2016

Take a moment to think back through 2016. What changed in your life this year? What changes did you notice in the community, state, and even world around you? What headlines come to mind?...
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Recovering from Matthew
November 1, 2016

As estimates from Hurricane Matthew continue to come in, the numbers are climbing into the billions. Boston-based insurer, Karen Clark & Company (KC&C), estimates that insurers will pay approximately $7 billion for damages from wind, storm surge and inland flooding...
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