Document Sciences To Unveil Regulated Document Software At XPLOR
Press release from the issuing company
CARLSBAD, CA - October 9, 2001 - Document Sciences Corporation (Nasdaq: DOCX), the leader in Content Automation software for print, Web and e-mail, will unveil Document Library Services (DLS) 6.3, the newest version of the insurance industry's leading tool for CRM-enabled automation of policies, contracts, quotes and correspondence, at Xplor 2001 October 29 through November 2, in Orlando, Florida. DLS 6.3 adds many enhancements to the DLS toolset that Doculabs, Inc., an independent industry analyst and advisory firm, called "a particularly compelling solution for the insurance industry's composition needs."
It includes several significant enhancements. Among them a Power Paragraphs feature which allows users to instantly select and add optional pre-approved content to their customer correspondence, a Java Editor integrated with DLS's unique thin client Web Workflow Interface, and a Track Changes feature that allows document approvers to quickly and easily identify and approve ad-hoc content changes.
According to Dan Fregeau, Executive Vice-President of Document Sciences, these features were added to meet the specialized needs of the Insurance and Financial Services Industries. Companies in these industries are seeking enterprise solutions that can work seamlessly with their other applications, particularly in the area of CRM.
"This technology is all about significantly reducing costs, improving customer satisfaction, and achieving significant ROI in a timely fashion - as evidenced by its adoption in over 100 major accounts worldwide, including eight of the top ten Fortune Life and Health Insurance companies and five of the top ten Fortune Property and Casualty companies" said Fregeau. "Document Sciences has always been at the forefront of anticipating the needs of the financial services industry and DLS has become the benchmark for regulated customer communications in our industry. DLS 6.3 raises the bar once again by providing incremental web workflow flexibility for those companies wishing to deploy mission-critical content automation applications on an enterprise-wide scale."
Since the introduction of the first version of DLS over ten years ago insurance companies, financial services organizations, healthcare companies, government agencies, and other organizations have used it to generate personalized customer documents such as proposals, contracts, policies, and correspondence whose content must comply with effective dates, jurisdictions, and other regulatory requirements. DLS is used most widely within the insurance industry where it is so valued by Fortune 500 insurers that many of them consider its usage a trade secret and a competitive advantage.
Regulatory support capabilities, a centralized Content Repository, and its ability to deliver output in a wide variety of formats are among the many long-standing DLS features which have made DLS the software of choice for compliance administrators and others seeking proven Content Automation solutions.
Demonstrations of the newest version of DLS can be viewed at Xplor 2001 in the Document Sciences booth, #1163.
WhatTheyThink is the global printing industry's leading independent media organization with both print and digital offerings, including WhatTheyThink.com, PrintingNews.com and WhatTheyThink magazine versioned with a Printing News and Wide-Format & Signage edition. Our mission is to provide cogent news and analysis about trends, technologies, operations, and events in all the markets that comprise today’s printing and sign industries including commercial, in-plant, mailing, finishing, sign, display, textile, industrial, finishing, labels, packaging, marketing technology, software and workflow.