Pega Warranty automatically creates a Warranty claim after a repair order is processed. If you add more than one repair line, then Pega Warranty creates a Claim unit case for each repair line separately under one claim file.
After a dealer creates a repair order in the Warranty system, a claim unit is created for each entered repair line.
For more information about how to create a repair order, see Creating an in-shop or in-field repair order.
Pega Warranty automatically adjudicates the claim, based on dynamic parameters. These parameters might be different for each manufacturer. The business users can configure rules, however, if one or more required parameters do not match the total cost entered, a claim unit is automatically sent to an assessor for a manual assessment. The assessor then takes appropriate action on the claim unit.
The assessor verifies that no further action is required or anticipated on a claim unit. This includes ensuring that all financial aspects of the claim unit are complete and that all correspondence is closed. An assessor resolves the claim unit and the system updates the claim status to Resolved-Completed.
For more information about additional actions performed on the claim unit, see Managing a Warranty claim.