Adaptive Case Management
Empower knowledge workers with integrated artificial intelligence support.
One-stop-shop for all your business documents and correspondence needs.
Plan, create, execute and analyse dynamically imprinted marketing campaigns.
Produce and Manage all your outgoing documents for all available channels.
Business applications built with Papyrus are automatically ready for cloud computing.
Capture, extract, verify and distribute business data from all incoming documents.
Every time I attend Open House I come away with tips and ideas
that I will use in my own environment. It is a very worthwhile two days.
Mark Lester, Print Development Team Leader, OCÉ, UK
Greenwich, CT | May 12-14, 2015 | Booth #306 | More information
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Listening to the key individuals enthuse about their product and then
seeing it in action convinced me that this is a good company to work with.
Michael Chaytor, Head of Islands Retail Banking, Lloyds Bank Offshore, UK
As a Core Member of the AFP Consortium (AFPC), ISIS Papyrus is helping to guide the next generation of transactional documents for industries like finance, insurance and telecom.
VP of Solutions Roberto Anzola discusses his role on the AFPC Board as a technology executive supporting the evolution of standards for document quality, interoperability and performance in high-volume output and process management.
“The AFP Consortium is driving this evolution process with a solid strategy to keep and improve quality and the flexibility of AFP over time. The print industry is aware that AFP standards, being defined by the AFPC, are forward-looking changes that at the same time protect and foster quality and compatibility in both new and old documents.” ~Roberto Anzola, VP Solutions, ISIS Papyrus Software
Report on Intelligent, Adaptive BPM Underwritten by ISIS Papyrus
A primary application of Smart Process, Intelligent Business Processes, and Adaptive BPM is case management, here used in its widest sense from payment management through contract bids, claims handling and loan origination to traditional healthcare, crime or legal cases.
AIIM’s latest 30-page Industry Watch report, underwritten in part by ISIS Papyrus, takes an in-depth look at the applicability of Smart Process Applications like case management, the experience of early users, the drivers for improved case management, and the feature sets required of a modern case management system.
Key findings of the global survey include:
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Out of 14 global customer communications vendors profiled by Celent in June 2014, ISIS Papyrus received the XCelent Customer Base award, based on 3 key criteria:
With the growing importance of efficient and digital customer communications, insurance companies need to look for advanced document management systems.
In the report Document Automation for Insurers: 2014 ABCD Vendor View, Celent profiles 14 systems, including Papyrus Platform for Business Communication and Process, presenting information about the vendor and solution; customer base and reference customer feedback; functionality; technology; implementations; cost and some summary comments.
“Insurers try to leverage advanced features and functions from document automation and customer communication system vendors in order to promote digital interactions with customers and partners,” says Nicolas Michellod, Senior Analyst with Celent’s Insurance Group and author of the report. “Leveraging multichannel communication and interactive documents is key for insurers that want to improve the way they communicate.”
The Adaptive Case Management (ACM) Workshop at EDOC 2014, which took place September 1 in Ulm, Germany, provided a platform for researchers and practitioners to discuss ACM and other non-workflow approaches to BPM.
ISIS Papyrus presented its position paper, “Towards a pattern recognition approach for transferring knowledge in ACM,” and unveiled the full potential of the User-Trained Agent (UTA) in a captivating video. The UTA was widely acknowledged as an important ACM component for enabling knowledge sharing and collaboration between teams.
Official Workshop Paper: "Towards a pattern recognition approach for transferring knowledge in ACM"
Independent research firm cites ISIS Papyrus as a Strong Performer, providing very strong DCM support across all categories
Enterprise software provider ISIS Papyrus Software announced it has been named a Strong Performer in "The Forrester Wave™: Dynamic Case Management, Q1 2014", published March 28.
Highlighting two new emerging adaptive features that will help enterprises tackle increasing volumes of varied and unstructured work, Forrester Research identifies and defines the two adaptive capabilities as key differentiators in the DCM market as:
ISIS Papyrus received a Strong Performer positioning in each of three Wave evaluations for Overall Capabilities, Design Time Capabilities and Runtime Capabilities, based on its scores in Current Offering and Strategy.
"ISIS Papyrus drives adaptive innovation in the DCM market….. It is a Strong Performer overall but a standout Leader in the runtime tool weighting."- The Forrester Wave™: Dynamic Case Management, Q1 2014
"Creating communications with tightly integrated content and process is a key priority in the enterprise, and we continue to demonstrate strong capabilities in the each of the core components of fully functional enterprise DCM/ACM systems," said Annemarie Pucher, CEO of ISIS Papyrus.
Independent research firm cites ISIS Papyrus' broad vision for DOCCM supporting ECM, CRM, analytics, event processing, and BPM
ISIS Papyrus Software has been named a Leader in "The Forrester Wave™: Document Output For Customer Communications Management, Q1 2014".
In its second time in the DOCCM evaluation, ISIS Papyrus received its Leader positioning based on its scores in Strategy and Current Offering. Profiling Papyrus as "an adaptive platform with exacting results," the 2014 Wave report for DOCCM cited ISIS Papyrus for its: