Features built in risk management tools
(CORAL GABLES, Fla.) – Wexler Insurance Agency/Wasserman & Wexler/IJB is pleased to introduce a comprehensive shipping solution available to all members of the global jewelry industry. In partnership with IFS Inforsure Inc., Wexler/IJB is offering a safe, seamless and economical online solution to ship and insure valuable items.
“Providing creative loss prevention solutions that benefit the jewelry industry is our primary goal at Wexler/IJB. The fact that we can accomplish this while saving our clients money in the process is just an added benefit,” said Gary Wasserman, President of IJB. “We always strive to enhance our product offerings, and partnering with IFS Inforsure Inc. allows us the opportunity to better serve our customers with this new product.”
“With almost two decades of experience in the insured shipping arena, we found a valuable partner in Wexler/IJB who like our company, holds customer service and innovation to the highest standard,” said Jeroen Sparreboom, CEO of IFS Inforsure, Inc. “Our insured shipping solution provides additional layers of risk management combined with unsurpassed customer service and excellent pricing.”
The IFS Inforsure shipping platform provides customers with built in risk management tools such as: address verification, alerts for signature requirements when shipping to residential addresses, and deletion of sensitive wording. There are many other tools included for free, such as AES (Automated Export System) for use with submissions on international shipments (an instant $10 savings), Vendor Accounts to control the cost of incoming vendor shipments, Quotation Tool to know the cost before you ship, and I-Frame, which allows you to place the IFS shipping tool on your website. The platform was designed specifically for ease of use and innovative solutions for today’s jeweler.
You can sign up to use the Wexler / IJB shipping platform by going to www.shipwexler-IJB.com or calling 800-219-8923. The platform is free and there are no shipping quotas required.