Document Sciences Announces Integration of Filenet
Press release from the issuing company
Solution Allows Customers to Create Correspondence Within an Enterprise Content Management Solution
CARLSBAD, CA October 22, 2002 Document Sciences Corporation (NASDAQ: DOCX), the leader in enterprise Content Automation software for print, Web, and email, today announced the integration of DLS eCor?, Document Sciences‚ correspondence solution, with FileNET Corporation’s Acenza? Insurance application suite. By tightly coupling these products, customers can create and control correspondence within an integrated content management solution.
Acenza features advanced built in and configurable capabilities that enable a client to rapidly deploy a host of web-enabled processes throughout an organization. DLS eCor provides a web-based solution for ad-hoc correspondence that integrates with batch letter production and allows for delivery of customer communication to the web, print, email or fax. This combined solution provides an integrated claims processing solution that reduces processing time, increases staff productivity and improves customer satisfaction.
"We are very pleased to be working with a market leader like FileNET to deliver best-of-breed solutions," said Dan Clark, vice president of marketing, Document Sciences. "In today‚s economy when organizations are continually looking for ways to streamline operations and save costs, this solution hits the mark."
According to Michael W. Harris, senior vice president of Products and Strategy of FileNET, "We‚re very excited about our integration with Document Sciences. With the advantages of an easy-to-use web interface and an open content repository, DLS eCor is a powerful and versatile solution for our customers."
Document Sciences and FileNET will demonstrate their integrated property and casualty solution at FileNET’s annual user conference, UserNET 2002, in Washington D.C., October 21-23, 2002.
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