White Papers for Insurance Technology and Administration Software

  • Electronic Document Management: Capture the Benefits

    Today, it’s hardly a secret that EDMS (Electronic Document Management Systems) deliver significant monetary savings and numerous other advantages over the use and maintenance of hard copy records. Consequently, you can bet that any company or firm looking to expand profitability and viability...
  • Socializing Dashboards – How to go Beyond Clicks & Analytics

    Analyzing data is no longer the only use for a dashboard. From motivation to accountability to LCDs in the lobby, this whitepaper discusses the different ways organizations can utilize dashboards, allowing them to communicate and engage a wider audience.
  • 25 Questions That Should be Included in Your Loan Servicing RFP

    When launching a new loan servicing software selection project, most banks and finance companies tend to follow a standard protocol, including specifying requirements, identifying potential vendors, and scheduling demos. One of the most critical steps for your company and potential partners is...
  • Insurance All Channel Experience – An Introduction

    Organizations need to think about what constitutes a positive and memorable customer experience throughout an end-to-end customer journey, delighting customers from the moment they come into contact with the company or your product information, all the way through product selection, use of the...
  • Architecture Matters in today's mobile solutions environment

    Today’s life and annuity illustration solutions need to be architected to be technology independent. Re-writing your illustration solutions every 5 years is not an answer. While it may be good for the solution provider, it is not a cost effective long-term solution for you the customer. Life...
  • Predictive Analytics in Underwriting

    Virtually every aspect of the insurance business can benefit from an improved ability to predict the future. Whether actuaries desire to create more accurate pricing models, underwriters hope to make better underwriting decisions, marketing wants to improve campaign results or claims needs to...
  • The Transformative Economics of Professional Open Source on Business Intelligence Technology

    Business intelligence (BI) is a well-established and generally well-known software category that spans a wide range of functional capabilities. Specific definitions will vary from customer to customer and vendor to vendor, but most will agree that business intelligence typically refers to the...
  • Tipping Point ... Innovation and Transformation

    The financial crisis is indeed a “once in a half century event”, but one she suggests it happened four times before over the last 200+ years. Each technology-based revolution had its unique dynamics, but the historical view provides insight for insurers as they embrace this disruption, use new...
  • Do you know your chemical footprint?

    Addressing domestic and global regulatory issues for chemicals along with having a chemical data management strategy are critical components to a complete risk management model in the industry. With the increase in regulations from agencies such as the Department of Homeland Security, it has...
  • Consolidating and Automating Policy Administration and Underwriting

    Time and again, risk managers and underwriters experience a very real pain – the pain of using dozens to hundreds of different data sources (Excel spreadsheets, Access databases and paper) to perform policy administration, underwriting, and exposure tracking. And the pain continues when they try...