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Kofax - Increasing the Value of Information for Insurance Organisations and Customers White Papers

Kofax - Increasing the Value of Information for Insurance Organisations and Customers

Achieving Measurable Gains by Automating Claims Processing Moving to a fully automated process is a goal for claims processing of nearly all insurance executives. Companies are at various levels of automation and often do not have an appropriate strategy to achieve higher levels of automation. This white paper identifies seven levels of claims automation and provides a roadmap that can be followed to enhance claims processing. This straightforward approach can be used to increase the likelihood of successful automation. Download this free white paper from Kofax to find out more.
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Customer Centricity: The Key to Success in Retail Banking The economic slowdown has forced many banks to redirect their focus to retail banking and reinvent themselves as customer-centric organizations. But many institutions still use legacy infrastructures and processes that hinder necessary readjustments, in particular with regard to information exchange and customer communication. This white paper explains how these difficulties can be overcome, and how banks and financial institutions can reengineer core IT and business processes to support their business objectives. Download this free white paper from Kofax to find out more.
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Insurance: Converging Customers, Cost Management and Compliance The global financial crisis has not hit the insurance industry as hard as the banking or investment industry—with the exception of those insurers with high exposure to the banking industry—but all insurers, both local and global, face mounting challenges. Download this free white paper from Kofax to find out more.
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The Top Ten Reasons to Automate Your Banking AP Processes Accounts Payables organizations are charged with reducing costs, improving performance, achieving regulatory compliance, increasing visibility and enabling the corporation’s strategic initiatives — all at the same time. The fundamental issue is not whether a company should strive for these goals but how well they can be accomplished. This paper will count down the top ten reasons to automate your Banking AP processes and explore the solutions that can be leveraged to reduce costs, strengthen controls, improve service levels and increase visibility. Download this free white paper from Kofax to find out more.
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Five Ways to Make a Difference in Banking This short guide explains how your bank or financial institution can start improving the customer experience by automating core business processes. Download this free white paper from Kofax to find out more.
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Insurance Next Practices: A Better Customer Experience, Right from the Start Let us guide you through the top five insurance 'Next Practices'. This short guide explains how your company can benefit by improving the customer experience from day one. Download this free white paper from Kofax to find out more.
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Kofax Corporate Brochure Document driven business process automation.
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Insurance: Converging Customers, Cost Management and Compliance The global financial crisis has not hit the insurance industry as hard as the banking or investment industry — with the exception of those insurers with high exposure to the banking industry — but all insurers, both local and global, face mounting challenges.
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Kofax for Insurance The challenge: Improve service while reducing costs. The opportunity: Automate document driven business processes.
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Extending and Enhancing Document Capture Throughout a Financial Institution to Reduce Processing Costs Less than a decade ago, the biggest concern of large financial institutions was whether their systems would be prepared for a changing date. The electronic concerns of Y2K were overstated, and banks were more than ready for the year 2000. Little did anyone suspect the turbulence that lay ahead — most of it paper-based.
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The Business Case for Automating Document Driven Business Processes This white paper provides a compelling case for taking an enterprise approach to automating document driven business processes. Find out how document capture is quickly moving toward mainstream adoption and how the shift from scan-to-archive to scan-to-process is profoundly changing the strategic importance of capture as an enterprise standard.
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