Nuxeo partners with the world's largest insurers to accelerate digital transformation, reduce costs, increase productivity, and deliver superior customer experiences. The Nuxeo Platform is a low-code application development platform with a scalable architecture and flexible metadata model that provides advanced content management capabilities, including AI and machine learning, for any type of content. Regardless of size, volume, or where your content is stored, we enable insurers to securely access information across business units, applications, channels and processes.
This guide explores how micro-services based API's are revolutionising the way business functionality is delivered in today's digital age.
This whitepaper is based on a survey conducted by Nuxeo and confirms a growing appetite for more agile ways of harnessing critical enterprise content assets, as organisations in all sectors strive to keep up with a fast-changing world.
Have your organisation’s needs outgrown their legacy information systems’ ability to deliver tangible business value? This content highlights the costs and risks of remaining on those systems, reasons to consider more modern alternatives, and key considerations to keep in mind.
With artificial intelligence now becoming one of the hottest topics in technology, we are at an unprecedented time in the area of information management and content services. This guide explores the rapidly evolving role that AI and machine learning (ML) technologies play in content management.
With information at the core of every business function, it’s imperative that information management systems are fit for purpose. This content focuses on why information management needs modernising and how a content services platform brings a new approach to managing legacy applications.
Traditional approaches to claims handling are falling short due to manual processes, the ‘greying of the industry’ and customers demanding fast turnaround times. This content highlights why many insurers are looking to ‘straight through processing’ (STP) as a means to address these concerns.
Claims leakage is the difference between what an insurer actually spent to settle a claim and what they should have spent. This content highlights the main causes of claims leakage, areas where claims leakage is most likely to occur and how insurers can proactively address the early warning signs.
Virtual claims handling is the process by which a customer or vendor captures damage via photos or streaming video, then uploads those images to their insurer, where an adjuster conducts the assessment remotely. This content outlines three key benefits associated with virtual claims handling.
Today, financial services firms have an important decision to make: continue down the path of legacy Enterprise Content Management or modernise with a content services platform. This guide explores the eight reasons why you should modernise your existing ECM system.
Designed for insurance executives who want to emulate the growth and success of agile, digital-native competitors, this guide explores eight traits of next-generation insurers and what holds traditional insurers back from emulating their success.