TEL AVIV, Israel and COLOGNE, Germany, June 17, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Top Image Systems Ltd. (Nasdaq:TISA), a leading Enterprise Content Management (ECM) intelligent content capture, workflow and delivery and mobile payments solution provider, announced today that a leading insurance provider in Switzerland has selected TIS's eFLOW® Digital Mailroom to implement end-to-end digital case management.
Operating a broad network including some 80 general agencies and 60 branch offices, the company will start processing 20,000 documents per day with eFLOW and eventually scale up to 55,000 per day in three languages. In future the project will expand to leverage the new functionalities featured in the newly launched eFLOW5.
The first phase of the project starts with input management - scanning and capturing and complex document classification with eFLOW – and will expand to electronic workflow and integration of eFLOW into the final digital case management system. The solution will enable same-day processing of claims and other forms, from address changes to questionnaires to damage assessments, etc.Michael Schrader, CTO and VP Global Solutions TIS commented, "We are glad that this important customer recognizes the value and potential of eFLOW's powerful capture and workflow technology for driving customized end-to-end solutions. We have earmarked them to be a signature Digital Mailroom reference customer where we will showcase powerful functionalities." Continued Mr. Schrader, "This is another major win for us in Switzerland, and I would like to thank all members of the team that prepared the excellent demonstration and ran the successful workshop that caused TIS to win this project," continued Mr. Schrader. "We are happy to note the expansion of Digital Mailroom sales to Switzerland in alignment with our scalable strategy to expand the range of solutions we promote across all regions. We are sure that following the successful efforts of the Digital Mailroom team to secure this win and create a reference in Switzerland, many similar projects in this region will follow."