Newest Version of Oracle’s Powerful Document Automation Solution Enables Improved Productivity with Easy-to-Use New Features
ACORD LOMA, Las Vegas – May 24, 2010
Oracle today introduced Oracle Documaker 11.5, the latest version of the company’s market-leading solution for insurance document automation featuring more than 90 customer- and market-driven enhancements.
A key new feature of Oracle Documaker 11.5 – a plug-in for Microsoft Word for authoring – enables business users to easily create content using familiar software, while the IT department can still leverage the power of the Documaker Studio design tool to maintain these documents. With this capability, insurers can realize improved productivity and the ability to quickly change or edit communications as business needs change.
An adaptive, rules-driven system, Oracle Documaker can be easily configured to meet the needs of insurers as the business dictates. For example, business users can easily change document language in order to meet new compliance regulations, or quickly produce rich communications to support a new product, such as policy documents or sales and marketing materials.
Other selected key features include:
Print system enhancements, such as improved rich media output via the Web or e-mail, and improved booklet printing capability to support marketing campaigns and collateral
New and enhanced conversion tools that ease migration from legacy systems, while helping companies maintain the integrity of their data
Expanded document attachment capability, including support for 22 additional file types that can be attached to a document, including e-mail, Word, Excel and PowerPoint files
Additional multi-language capabilities to support regional and global carriers
Additional rules enhancements as well as improved ease of use for development and runtime systems.
“Today, insurance companies are looking for more effective and efficient ways to support document automation, a key component of any insurance business. Oracle Documaker 11.5 supports this need by giving business users new power to rapidly create, produce and manage communications across the enterprise and the IT departments to still maintain overall control over the document production process. This balance helps to cut costs and improve internal collaboration,” said Srini Venkatasantham, vice president, Product Strategy, Oracle Insurance.