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After decades of dragging their feet, insurance companies are taking big leaps into automation. That’s especially true in the claims department, where managers know that an increased volume of claims — and also higher customer expectations — means they must think more strategically than ever about ways to boost efficiency and productivity.

When an insurer needs automation:

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Many manual, repetitive tasks

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Unstructured data could be converted to structured data

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Complex work, e.g. use of severalsystems in parallel for one task

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You want to add intelligence to your automations

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You want to find inefficient processes and ways to improve them


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