xPressForms automates the creation and delivery of common insurance documents
Document Sciences Corporation (NASDAQ: DOCX) today announced the availability of xPressForms™, an all-encompassing solution for the creation, customization and management of insurance forms. Used in conjunction with xPression® 3, the next generation of Document Sciences’ acclaimed xPression software suite, xPressForms speeds the writing of new lines of business, reduces implementation costs and eliminates custom application build-outs and lengthy form conversions. Document Sciences leads the market in providing customer communications management solutions for personalizing contracts, policies, statements, correspondence and other critical client communications.
“xPressForms will help insurers significantly streamline the process of bringing new products to market,” said Liza Smith, Vice President of Document Sciences. “We listened to our customers and developed an unparalleled solution that automates and simplifies forms management. xPressForms goes far beyond traditional forms management solutions—the entire design and methodology is based upon customer input and best practices derived from more than 20 years of industry experience.”
Document Sciences was recently named a leading provider of document management solutions to the insurance industry by Celent, LLC for the fourth straight year in the firm's latest "Insurance Software Deal Trends" report. “It can be extremely difficult for Property and Casualty insurers to keep up-to-date with the hundreds of industry-standard forms used throughout policy and claims processes,” said Craig Weber, Celent senior analyst. "xPressForms is a natural extension of Document Sciences' commitment to the insurance industry vertical and should address a key pain point for insurers."
xPressForms is part of Document Sciences’ xPression 3 software suite and consists of a web-based forms management tool for managing the entire lifecycle of forms, and a library of industry-standard forms including ISO, NCCI and ACORD, pre-built in an xPression-ready format.
“We have had enormous success using xPression and expect that xPressForms will provide additional benefits,” said Stephen Boyd, Chief Information Officer, Arrowhead General Insurance Agency. “Having access to a large forms library should free significant time for our business analysts and speed time-to-market.”