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Spex Hires New Head of Sales and Business Development to Expand Growth to P&C Insurance Carriers

Brett Goldberg | July 27, 2017

DENVER (July 27, 2017) – Spex – a mobile property inspection platform for insurance and construction professionals – today announced that insurance claims industry veteran Jay Contreras joined the company in the role of Vice President of Sales and Business Development.

“I’m very pleased to join the Spex team,” said Jay Contreras. “Spex helps leading insurance businesses re-imagine the claims experience. I look forward to being a part of this new era for our industry.”

Jay Contreras is a highly experienced and talented veteran of the insurance and restoration industries. His previous roles have included senior sales positions at Paul Davis Restoration, Contractor Connection and Enservio. Jay will focus on sales and business development at Spex, working with industry businesses to identify partnership opportunities and solutions.

Since announcing its partnership with J.S. Held in May of 2017, Spex is increasingly used for both underwriting and claims-related property inspections. Spex helps ensure quality inspection documentation with universally understood building materials. The SpexReport™ provides valuable documentation to write better estimates, facilitate losses and collaborate with service providers and policyholders.

“We’re thrilled to have Jay Contreras join our team at Spex,” said Brett Goldberg, CEO of Spex. “Jay is an accomplished executive in the P&C industry and has the experience necessary to make Spex an important solution for businesses we hope to work with in the future.”

“Jay Contreras will be an important part of the growth of Spex,” said Jon Held, CEO of J.S. Held. “Jay has the industry knowledge and connections to create an increasingly valuable solution for major insurance carriers. Spex is fortunate to have Jay’s experience and corporate leadership.”

About Spex:

After spending a combined total of more than 25 years working for some of the largest insurance companies and contracting firms in the country, the founders of Spex came to a sobering conclusion: the property inspection process was stressful, complicated and downright miserable for each and every party involved. Determined to turn this negative experience into a positive and effective one, the Spex team set out to create a digital inspection platform that would improve quality control and business rules at the point-of-inspection. With Spex, businesses can demonstrate that they are serious about customer service, professionalism and quality inspection documentation. Follow Spex on LinkedIn and Twitter and to learn more, visit http://www.spexreport.com/.