FREE Interactive web seminar � March 24, 2005 1:00 p.m. ET
Markham, Ontario, March 1, 2005 � Compliant documents are integral to an insurance organization�s corporate governance strategy, especially as regulatory compliance becomes a higher business priority. As attention is increasingly being paid to asset and reputation protection, organizations are looking more closely at their ad hoc correspondence processes and output to identify and address potential risk exposure (legal, standards, control, consistency, branding). But achieving compliant communications is not simply a cost of doing business; it’s also an opportunity to build relationships through the personalization of letters while reducing corporate risk by improving control of the content and approvals tracking within the enterprise — which can result in greater transparency and efficiency internally, and greater business partner and customer satisfaction externally.
To learn about how your organization can maximize compliant communication and minimize corporate risk join InSystems for a FREE web seminar on Thursday, March 24, 2005 at 1:00 p.m. (ET). Titled Capitalize on Compliant Communications: Minimize Risk – Maximize Relationships the seminar features Patricia Turocy, Vice President, META Group and Steven Sigal, Product Manager, InSystems. Anthony O�Donnell, Senior Associate Editor, Insurance & Technology magazine, will moderate the seminar.
Join us to learn how to:
Improve the quality, consistency and accuracy of ad hoc correspondence
Reduce operating costs, corporate risks and liability
Improve customer and channel satisfaction by quickly delivering professional ad hoc correspondence via client preferred channels
To register visit: http://www.insystems.com/Standard.asp?PageID=831
InSystems specializes in complex document and compliance automation for insurance and financial services. Its software solutions allow organizations to achieve operational excellence by automating the creation, management and multi-channel distribution of customized documents, and streamlining the product development and regulatory filing processes. InSystems� solutions give business users more control, with less dependence on IT resources. These solutions are developed, delivered and supported by a team with specialized knowledge and experience. InSystems (www.insystems.com) has more than 350 insurance customers, including over 50 of the 100 largest insurance groups in North America. InSystems, founded in 1989, is a subsidiary of Standard Register ( www.standardregister.com ) a $1 billion provider of information solutions.