How Gore Mutual uses document automation...


By Scott Draegar


It’s often been said that some lessons just have to be learned the hard way, but I’m not convinced that’s always true.  Sure, you don’t really know just how hot the stove is until you burn your hand but when it comes to implementing new software – well; don’t we all have a pretty good idea of just how painful that can be if you don’t have a plan? At HP Exstream, we are often lucky to be able to share some success stories about our customers and their software implementations. We have a new one that we are proud to share. 
 
Working for a technology company that provides software and hardware solutions, I know I’ve spent a good portion of my career counseling clients on the best migration path from legacy systems and/or how to efficiently bring new systems online.  While nothing can replace the actual customer experience, it’s a smart move to listen to someone else share success and pass along some of their hard earned lessons.
 
Gore Mutual Insurance Company, Canada’s oldest property and casualty insurance companies, recently presented an informative webinar about how document automation technology is helping them drive their business to the next level.  They also shared lessons learned along the way, including how their phased approach eliminated many of the common pitfalls associated with implementing a new software solution. 
 
View the webcast here: https://h30406.www3.hp.com/campaigns/2009/events/CorrespondenceSolutions/index.php
 
So whether you are concerned with gaining efficiencies, growing your business or enhancing customer satisfaction, this webinar guarantees to provide valuable insight on the right steps to get you there. 

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