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Document Sciences To Introduce Content Processing at Conference

Friday, May 16, 2003

Press release from the issuing company

CARLSBAD, Calif., May 14, 2003   Document Sciences Corporation, a proven leader and innovator in automating creation and delivery of enterprise business communications, will demonstrate a comprehensive solution for generating property and casualty proposals, policies and claims correspondence, at the ACORD Annual Conference in Orlando, Florida, May 18  20.  The solution, which combines Document Sciences’ award-winning xPression architecture with out-of-the-box insurance form templates from CCH Insurance Services, and connectivity to leading insurance administration systems, will be featured at booth number 221. “In the highly-regulated, ever-changing world of property/casualty insurance, an insurer’s ability to respond quickly and accurately can mean the difference between success and failure, “ said Lisa Sutrick, Document Sciences’ Vice-President of Product Planning and Development.  “Document Sciences’ solution, with its pre-populated and configured forms, can accelerate time to market, and allow customer claims adjusters and customer service representatives to communicate more effectively, no matter how many lines of business the insurer may have or how many states they cover.” At the core of the Property & Casualty solution, xPression’s J2EE component-based architecture provides universal content processing services that integrate with the insurer’s existing administrative systems and business workflows to create and deliver both real-time and high volume regulatory-compliant business communications, highly customized for each customer. xPression’s multi-channel publishing enables delivery print, the Web, and email.




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