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Adaptik and GhostDraft Partner in the Insurance Tech Industry

May 05, 2015

GhostDraft has long been recognized as a leader and an innovator in the document automation and customer communications field as it relates to the insurance technology sector. The company just took another step toward the top of its field with the announcement that it has entered into a partnership with Adaptik. The partnership means that GhostDraft users will be able to use Adaptik Cloud to create new policy forms as well as memos and other customer communications.

In addition, the GhostDraft software will allow Adaptik customers to manage their forms and their document libraries much more independently. That will help with customer and user efficiency and should bring new products to the market just a little bit faster. Adaptik customers will be allowed to migrate their existing documents over to GhostDraft in the very near future but can start making brand new documents right away. This means that any new documents created will basically undergo a seamless transition.

"To stay competitive, insurers are under great pressure to introduce new and innovative products, and cut the time it takes to bring them to market.” Kurt Jackson, Executive Vice President of Sales for GhostDraft said in a recent release.

Adaptik had been in search for a partner that would work with the company when it came for flexible and user-driven document creation for quite some time. Adaptik eventually landed on GhostDraft thanks in large part to the company’s reputation as being one that has a dedication to providing insurers of any size with a class and degree of service that is most often thought of as being at the enterprise level. The two companies claim they also share the same goal of being able to better allow business users to setup and manage their own insurance product libraries, without the need for an IT professional standing by, or any kind of real deep technical knowledge.




Edited by Dominick Sorrentino

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