Insurers: join our free webinar to learn how to improve process efficiency through robotics
Delivering insurance services involves a range of back-office tasks, many of them repeatable. Automating these activities can help achieve faster response times, free up staff to focus on jobs that aren’t standard where they can add more value and streamline processes for more efficient end-to-end operations. To discover how automation through robotics could help improve your process efficiency, you’re invited to attend the upcoming webinar from Data Capture Solutions (DCS), a Neopost company
Suitable implementations of robotics in routine back-office processes include compiling document packs, reconciling invoices and automating cancellations. The benefits of automation can include faster response times, a reduction in human error, accuracy in sending out documents and a more satisfying customer experience.
On the webinar, members of DCS’ robotic process automation (RPA) team will be joined by Geoff Hardes, operations director at Brightside Group, a leading UK insurance broker. Geoff will share Brightside’s experience of automating tasks and increasing efficiency through RPA software.
Join Geoff, Tracey Stotesbury and Dean Francis, DCS business consultants, on Wednesday 12 September, 14:00-14:45 to discover:
- how RPA could be the difference between surviving and thriving - or extinction
- how to identify the most suitable parts of your operation for RPA
- the cost savings and efficiency improvements that RPA can deliver.
The webinar will also provide insights into how RPA is making a difference to companies that have implemented it.
To join DCS and Brightside Group on 12 September, register for RPA – An Unlimited Source of Efficiency.
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