The insurance industry has always been paper-bound. Each policy sold is a contract; and although intangible, the promise behind each contract is legally binding. So when insurers move to a paperless environment, they must do so with extreme care.

Insurers that choose to reduce their paper burdens do so for many reasons: to address internal- and external-customer demand for efficiency, boost security, enhance accessibility and drive home a conscious effort to go green. For many insurers across all lines of business, converting paper documents to electronic files means a new focus on risk mitigation and regulatory compliance requirements.

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