The insurance industry is notorious for painstaking workflows that require lots of detailed and formulaic fact-checking that a machine could do — if only it was so simple to scope roles for the machines. And to train them. In the meanwhile, if your best people are shuffling documents from client emails and into legacy systems, we can help.
We've supported underwriting teams, claims teams, and policy management teams alike. Our core strength is to execute your workflows just like you would. For example, we follow an 80+ page policy manual for one of our clients which leaves us navigating some 30 decision trees to ensure that work is ready for underwriters.
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