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Property and Casualty

Improve processes and document access for a better customer experience

Lexmark document management solutions for property and casualty capture and manage first notice of loss forms (FNOLs), photos, videos, applications and other documents in any form – paper, email web forms, faxes, print streams, and industry standard formats. Seamless integration with your legacy systems means single-click access for underwriters, claims processors, customer service reps and authorized users whenever and wherever they need a document to do their jobs.

Lexmark process management technology delivers insights that increase visibility and efficiency, allowing you to gain control of exceptions, improve compliance and streamline even the most complex processes.

Our unique process mining solution automatically collects and analyzes system activity about transactions, tasks, decisions, exceptions, and other user-driven and automated events. This data is turned into a visual representation of existing activity, giving you a complete picture of your processes based on data from your business systems. It’s a user-friendly solution that changes process improvement from a time-consuming, difficult undertaking to part of everyday business.

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Lexmark Insurance Overview
A summary of how Lexmark solutions for insurance connect your key processes, unstructured content and legacy systems.
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Discover how Lexmark solutions helped Pinnacol Assurance reduce manual tasks and speed up claims resolution.

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