Monthly Archives: March 2012
March 15, 2012
A Tale of Government Mandate, Cloud and CRM
All group insurance providers operating in the US are mandated by the US Government to provide clear and consistent information to consumers about their health insurance coverage. The Affordable Care Act ensures consumers receive, in plain English, a Summary of Benefits and Coverage (SBC) on a standardized form that will help them understand and evaluate their health insurance choices. More details are available on this requirement on the HealthCare.gov web site.
Many health care insurance carriers are finding themselves in a bit of a scramble to meet the September 2012 compliance deadline. Xpertdoc is addressing this requirement with many carriers who are pleased to see the Xpertdoc Solution already allows them to rapidly comply with this regulation change, while providing a strong and solid... Read more
By:Francis Dion | Tagged: CRM, Francis, Insurance, Cloud, SBC | Leave comment
March 14, 2012
We've got a great new release coming up that enhances Xpertdoc batch capabilities. The solution has always been able to handle the most stringent volume and performance requirements, easily handling multi-million pages of output per day on a single server. Quite an accomplishment for a solution that leverages the familiarity and ease of use of Microsoft Word!
Well, continuing on our drive for end-user empowerment, ease of use and ultra-quick / easy deployment, we're launching a repackaging of our tried-and-true batch capabilities into a new offering called "Document Services". This release comes fully-loaded with readily available features and operations such as Word, PDF and HTML output, dynamic table-of-content, page-level enhancements, document assembly (concatenation or stitching), and compliance-grade auditing and track changes.
What's really new about this is how easy it now is to combine, mix and match these capabilities. And even more... Read more
By:Francis Dion | Tagged: Francis, Cloud, PDF, Batch | Leave comment
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