Insurers Share Insights at Oracle Insurance Enterprise Document Automation Client Advisory Board Meeting
By email@example.com on Sep 01, 2010
Optimizing document automation enterprisewide throughout the insurance business lifecycle was a key topic of discussion among insurers and Oracle team members participating at the Oracle Insurance Enterprise Document Automation Client Advisory Board (CAB) meeting last week in Atlanta, GA.
The inaugural meeting served not only as an interactive forum for Oracle to provide updates on product development, vision and roadmap, but share resources available to clients. It also provided an opportunity for insurers to network, discuss trends and exchange best practices with their peers who are leveraging our document automation solutions, including Oracle Documaker.
A particularly compelling discussion during the two-day meeting centered on key business challenges facing Board members' organizations today, as well as their vision for enterprise document automation by 2015. Common themes included improved self-service and print suppression capabilities, the evolving movement away from multiple point systems towards consolidated enterprise document automation, continued focus on robust interactive documents for delivery in real time across multiple channels, and the use of analytics that deliver greater insight, control and efficiency of document production across the entire insurance enterprise.
Oracle is committed to fostering an open and ongoing dialogue with our customers so that together we can build world-class insurance solutions. Client Advisory Boards, like the one held last week, and similar forums conducted with our property and casualty and life and annuities policy administration insurance customers earlier this summer are a key part of the process.
We invite you to learn more about the Oracle Insurance vision and strategy for enterprise document automation by attending Oracle OpenWorld 2010, September 19-23 in San Francisco and also join the Oracle Documaker group on Oracle Mix.
You can also learn more about how insurers can improve visibility, automation and control of document automation across their enterprise by checking out today's Insurance & Technology guest column by my colleague James Mullarney, Business Intelligence Brings Potential for Managing Content Enterprise-Wide.
Helen Pitts is senior product marketing manager for Oracle Insurance's life and annuities and enterprise document automation solutions.