On-Demand Webinar

Managing Claims Content Chaos with Intelligent Content Services

View this on-demand webinar on how to improve customer retention and reduce operational costs by providing a faster more automated claims experience.

Webinar Summary

Today insurance companies are dealing with high volumes of digital media associated with the claims initiation and claims investigation process. The increasing quantity and variety of content, much of it unstructured, is leading to costly processing times and dissatisfied customers.

Join Sandy Kemsley, BPM Architect and Industry Analyst along with Theo Hildyard, VP Industry Solutions at Alfresco for a discussion on how to improve customer retention and reduce operational costs by providing a faster more automated claims experience.

You will learn how you can:

  • Streamline and automate the ingestion of digital media and other content
  • Reduce manual effort required to analyze claim content and automate analysis where possible
  • Use AI/ML to automatically extract key information from a variety of digital and paper-based claims content

To see more from Alfresco Software, please click here.

Alfresco is a commercial, open source software company that provides simply a better way for people to work, ensuring they have the right information they need, exactly when they need it most. Our software powers the daily work of more than 11 million people at industry-leading organizations in more than 190 countries worldwide. The Alfresco Digital Business Platform is a modern, enterprise-class, cloud-native platform that enables organizations to build digital operations to deliver instant services with exceptional experiences. It provides the fastest path for people to interact with information and for organizations to quickly respond to threats, opportunities and circumstances.

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