5 Ways Insurers Can Stop the Swiveling with Robotic Process Automation

| April 24, 2018

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Despite advances in technology, insurers still rely on manual tasks for processing claims, underwriting applications, and other core business processes. Nearly half of U.S. insurers still rely on manual processes. The top or #1 efficiency challenge of CFOs is manual processes. 22% of an employee’s time is spent on repetitive tasks.

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