DALLAS--Dec. 17, 2003-- Docucorp International, a leading provider of enterprise information solutions, announced today the availability of its content management solution for the insurance and financial services industries.
Docucorp's content management solution provides companies with a single, centralized repository for storing, accessing, annotating, printing and electronically routing all content, including customer data, electronic documents, video/audio clips and scanned copies of printed material.
"For many companies, managing a customer's account or policy information is often challenging because the majority of that content is stored in multiple, disparate locations, such as corporate and personal filing systems, e-mail and fax servers, branch offices, agencies or CIS systems," said William D. Barry, senior vice president, sales and marketing, Docucorp International. "With Docucorp's content management solution, companies can access the most up-to-date client data and review all of the correspondence, statements and other materials related to a client's account in one, centralized location."
By utilizing Docucorp's content management solution, companies can:
- eliminate time spent locating misplaced or lost files;
- reduce the need for backup or duplicate copies;
- access client content from any location via a Web browser;
- capture data electronically with advanced scanning and imaging technology;
- enable file sharing throughout the organization; and
- decrease print, mail, copy and storage costs.
Docucorp's content management solution enables companies to easily manage the flow and storage of content throughout their organizations with electronic workflow, audit trail, version control, expiration dates and check in/check out capabilities.
"Docucorp's content management solution captures all content, regardless of the file format, maintaining the integrity of the original document," said Barry. "Because Docucorp's solutions are platform- and device-independent, companies can implement this solution within a short timeframe, with minimal cost."
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