Get rid of old DMS/ECM and legacy applications costs!
Paper is pervasive for almost any business but limits the ability to quickly process and share its contained information.
companies aiming to optimize their paper based processes need a way to quickly convert it to electronic format and then make it available to employees, partners and other IT systems (such as CRM, BPM or information portals).
of our partners make use of SEAL for electronically archiving documents and making them generate value easier than with traditional document management or enterprise content management systems.
of companies considerably are limits the ability to quickly process and distribute information contained on this support by the overwhelming paper word and physical space of them.
How companies use documents
Every organization has its way of use of documents and we present below a few scenarios for their use.
Insurance companies use it for quickly process claims documentation
Insurance companies need to quickly process claims related documentation alongside the original policy to optimize their service while also reducing risk.
The following SEAL features and characteristics are key for the success of this use case
Embedded document capture software, designed for ad-hoc usage by non-specialized users.
Flexible, configurable metadata model for adapting each service instance to each customer specific needs.
Dynamic adaptive data model allowing the authorized customer end user to extend the data model as needed without IT involvement (thus allowing true business flexibility).
Unlimited configurable data perspectives allowing each customer and its internal user groups to browse the stored data through personalized views;
Bulk import feature together with individual document metadata for fast and accurate file ingestion;
Upon using this service, our customers typically experience these benefits
Reducing time needed to process branch office documents (e.g.: credit applications, claims, other specific customer transaction documents).
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