Reducing total cost of ownership and increasing scalability

Ethias is the third largest insurer in Belgium, employing around 1,800 people with 2 main headquarters in Liege and Hasselt.
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What's in the use case?

Ethias wanted a secure, agile and open architecture with cloud-availability and scalability, which could be deployed quickly for fast ROI. In the use case, we describe the solution that one of the biggest insurance company is adopting to reduce their total cost of ownership.

Xenit for insurance companies - reducing cost
50% total cost of ownership  reduction
Xenit for insurance companies migration of document
70 million of documents migrated and managed by Xenit and Alfresco
Xenit for insurance companies high scalability
Efficiency,  scalability  and high level of quality

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Alfresco is a proven partner to insurers that want to reimagine the customer experience and embrace new ways of working. The Alfresco Platform automates and accelerates the flow of information across the insurance business chain. By digitizing document-driven processes with Alfresco, insurers can transform transactions along the entire customer journey—from application submittal, through underwriting and claims, to ongoing communications with policyholders.

Enhancing digital capabilities across the insurance life cycle isn't as complex as it seams.

Due to the age of the digital modernization, companies are transforming their processes to automate repetitive, business rule-driven work; this is rapidly reducing costs, improving controls, enhancing quality, and facilitating effective 24/7 service. Digital transformation is challenging in insurance, where change must happen without interrupting the flow of daily business.

Industries leaders are looking for a secure, agile and open architecture with cloud-availability and scalability, which could be deployed easily for fast ROI, while giving them the flexibility to easily adapt which had been missing with their current solution.