Welcome to Part 2 of our article examining what the future of Digital Claims Processing holds.
Welcome to Part 1 of "Digital Claims Processing", in which we take a look at creating an effective claims strategy. A strategy that utilises digital within the claims process to deliver better claims effectiveness, efficiency and customer experience.
10 Ways To Convert A Spreadsheet Process Into A System guides you through the key elements of transitioning from Excel to a business process management system. As you will see, this process is simple when using LEAP by FLOvate.
Why are software projects so difficult to estimate? Having spent over 250 combined years in the business of software estimating, the FLOvate team has devised the ‘10 Laws of Software Estimating’. In this article, we explain why accurate software estimating is so difficult – and how the LEAP low-code platform can help you overcome the challenge.
Is AI smarter than Humans? Machines can solve problems very effectively. Using software, we can perform analyses involving incredibly complex calculations many times faster than the most proficient mathematician. Accurate, yes. Fast, most definitely. But is AI smart? It depends how you define intelligence, explains Edwin Harrell of digital business Read more…
GDPR, software design, and implementation: a process perspective Data controllers and data processors continue to remain under scrutiny in the post-GDPR world, with harsh fines for non-conformity. But enabling and maintaining compliance doesn’t have to be onerous, thanks to LEAP low-code software. In this article, we review the impact of Read more…
Build or Buy: when looking for a software solution to a business problem you traditionally have two choices. Licence a commercial product that may not meet all your requirements, or build a bespoke system at greater cost. We'd like to introduce you to a third option: LEAP low-code software.
Low Code Or No Code? When it comes to process management solutions, low code software is superior to no code. FLOvate, behind the LEAP low-code business process management platform, explain why. Increasingly, senior management teams are looking to digitally transform their organisations. They are under pressure to move away from Read more…
When I was asked to write this article, I thought I would look on the internet and see what definitions came up. I was more than a little disappointed, especially considering some of the sources. My fundamental criticism of the definitions I found is that they give you no idea of what has improved about the process. At a recent FLOvate workshop we asked the question ‘What is Process Improvement?’ We also asked with an opinion as to whether each factor identified was tactical (used to support strategic factors) or strategic?
Acronyms, abbreviations and unusual words. Whenever you are introduced to a new world there are lots of terms that are mentioned on websites and in blogs that you are just expected to know. Here we list the meanings of some of the most common terms that can be found in the worlds of process automation and business software, in easy to understand, bitesize chunks. If there are additional terms that you come across that are not listed, please let us know and we will add them.