Their partnership will allow insurers to access technologies that improve product delivery for their customers. It also eliminates the need for insurers to go to market for document composition and output capabilities after the lengthy core system replacement process.
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“This partnership comes after proving the integration of the Xpertdoc Client Communication Management solution with OneShield Insurance Software would provide for a seamless technology offering in a live client environment,” says Varsha Bhat, responsible for Xpertdoc’s partner solutions, in a statement. “We have a mutual goal of helping insurers grow and modernize their business while enabling them to deliver better customer service. Having a shared philosophy and approach with our clients was an important factor in deciding to partner together.”
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