The Business Process Framework can be used to analyze any business process to identify productivity gains through technology. For a complex process such as insurance claims, insurers can gain a lot from applying this Framework and bring the claims process under control. Check out this episode!
We’ve come to the end of our 7-part series for insurers about ECM In this blog series, we’re looking at how enterprise content management brings modern technology to the insurance industry to streamline: Content capture Business process management (BPM) or workflow engine Case management Content management Integration with existing systems Enterprise file sync and share (EFSS) Mobile access Part 7: Optimizing … Continue reading 7 Reasons Why ECM Is the Answer for Insurers – Part 7
ImageSoft’s Part 4 blog of a 7-part series of why ECM is the answer for insurers focuses on content management.
“You can work hard, but if you don’t work smart you’ll work for the rest of your life,” – Tony Stark, Iron Man. Do remember being asked, “if you could have any super-power, what would you like it to be?”? Even more importantly, do you remember your answer? As kids, many of us longed to … Continue reading “What’s Your Super Power?” – A Cross Analysis to Combat Government Kryptonite
Have you seen the new movie Stan & Ollie? Trailers and previews hint at betrayal and disharmony behind the beloved façade of the iconic comedy duo. It’s the same story with other big-name celebrity duos hit hard by public breakups: Lewis and Martin, Sonny and Cher, Simon and Garfunkel, McCartney and Lennon, Mario Impemba and … Continue reading Big Name Break-Ups
By: Katie Pusz, Copywriter, ImageSoft Unless you’re a part of the super cool, niche group of people that doesn’t talk much but, when you do, it’s about software, you probably don’t get too pumped up about the word “integration.” We, on the other hand, could talk about the transformative effects of powerfully integrative software until … Continue reading When Failed Integration Turns into Wrongful Incarceration
What? You never heard of the Jevons Paradox? Well, I expect that, given the current debate regarding the price of gas, you likely will even if economics is not your leisure reading subject of choice. The Jevons Paradox, described by 19th century economist William Stanley Jevons (1835-1892), contends that improvements in fuel efficiency (then coal) … Continue reading The Jevons Paradox