Docucorp Launches Library Xpress for the Insurance Industry
Press release from the issuing company
DALLAS--March 9, 2004-- Docucorp International, a leading provider of enterprise information solutions, announced today the availability of Library Xpress(TM) for the insurance industry. Library Xpress provides insurers with customized electronic libraries of ISO industry standard forms for the property and casualty (P&C) marketplace.
"Since ISO form updates must be implemented for every applicable line of business and state, insurers are required to update hundreds, even thousands, of ISO forms on a regular basis," said Randy Skinner, senior vice president, professional services, Docucorp International. "Library Xpress helps insurers simplify this time-consuming task by providing them with electronic versions of the updated ISO forms they need, whether it's only a few forms or hundreds."
The Library Xpress electronic forms libraries are formatted for Docucorp's policy production system and are available with and without variable field tags.
"Insurers who need more than tagged forms can take advantage of our Policy Xpress(TM) offering, which provides insurers with pre-implemented ISO forms with built-in variable field tags and pre-defined data mappings and forms triggering," said Skinner. "To support both Policy Xpress and Library Xpress, we have a dedicated team responsible for maintaining a complete library of P&C ISO forms. No matter what line of business an insurer currently writes or is planning to launch, we'll always have the most up-to-date version of the ISO forms they need, speeding their time to market."
By utilizing Docucorp's Library Xpress, insurers can reduce the time and costs associated with implementing and maintaining ISO forms; ensure that their agents and MGAs are using the most current ISO forms; and free their document support staff from ISO form maintenance.
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