Whitehill Technologies upgrades IStream Publisher

Source: Whitehill Technologies

Whitehill Technologies today announced the release of IStream Publisher 4.1, a major new product release designed to help insurers write new business more quickly.

"Speed is a critical factor for today's insurance companies," said Jill Davidson, Product Manager, Whitehill Technologies, Inc. "IStream helps insurers accelerate the production of policies and other complex documents, letting them write new business faster than their competitors."

IStream Publisher gives insurers complete control over document production and fulfillment. It includes pre-defined services for retrieval, assembly, rendering, delivery and storage, plus lets users define custom services. Publisher works with data from other systems, such as policy admin, underwriting and CRM systems, to create customer communications including policies, contracts, declarations and correspondence.

The latest release of IStream Publisher includes enhancements such as:
  • Addition of a comprehensive facility for testing that lets users implement, validate and authorize changes more quickly.
  • XML schema validation to bullet-proof integration with other systems.
  • Support for all Windows print drivers to provide maximum flexibility for creating print output.
  • Built-in status reports (including processing results, performance results and error tracking) to assist users in managing their environment.
  • Improved operational support so that when volumes peak, servers can be added to the distributed framework in just minutes, without slowing or halting the work in process.
  • Additional support for Microsoft SQL 2005, Microsoft Internet Explorer 7.0 and IBM MQ Series 6.0.2.

"Whitehill is the only software vendor that provides insurers with a complete, end-to-end document automation solution," said Neil Betteridge, Vice President of Marketing, Whitehill Technologies, "These enhancements to the IStream suite will further improve speed-to-market, giving Whitehill's customers a competitive advantage."

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