By Susanne Hale on Apr 26, 2011
Simplicity and transparency are key to efficient and accurate communication, but these qualities continue to elude insurers when it comes to the creation, distribution and archiving of documents. The typical insurer maintains multiple document creation systems corresponding to lines of business and other main operational areas. These systems are not only costly to maintain but also increase the possibility of inconsistency, inaccuracy and irregularities that can run afoul of regulatory compliance requirements. Multiple platforms also present systems integration challenges that often exceed the capabilities of commonly available hardware and software, introducing inefficient and error prone manual processes.
In this one-hour webcast, you will learn how insurers can take an industrial approach to document creation that eases integration challenges, eliminates costly redundancy, enables the efficient creation of consistent and compliant documents, and provides transparency and control to the document creation process at the enterprise level. Among the topics discussed will be:
Consolidating the document creation environment
Designing an "assembly line" approach to enterprise document management
Achieving a dashboard view of enterprise document creation tasks
Gaining visibility into bottlenecks in the publishing process
Managing the shift toward on-demand and interactive document creation