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The Benefits of RPA are available to organizations of any size. Learn how one bot automated work, freeing employees to solve new and challenging problems.
Osprey Software Development Joins North Carolina Technology Association Charlotte, NC, Mar, 2020– Osprey Software, a premier provider of custom software, today became the latest corporate member of the North Carolina Technology Association (NC TECH), the statewide...
Experience and research about the benefits of RPA can be confusing. Learn what is important when planning your program.
Done right, embedded analytics can significantly increase the value your product delivers to it users. Done wrong, you risk disappointing users and making a mess of your product’s cost model.
In many ways, the process for selecting a strategic software partner is similar to the process you rely on to guide other important business and life decisions. The right choice will strengthen you organization, the wrong choice can be crippling.
Claims Automation is Inevitable, But Full of OpportunityEveryone benefits from advances in claims automation technology. Customers, Processing Operations, Client Satisfaction, Product Strategy and Sales. When claims automation is approached in an intelligent and...
Osprey’s Wealth Management software simplifies the end-to-end management of investor accounts, providing financial professionals with everything needed to optimize and expand their business. The system focuses on putting everything needed at the fingertips of the financial professional and adapting to the way that user works, as opposed to forcing the user to adapt to the software.
Make claims reporting and processing simple, fast, and stress free. Claims reporting generally takes place when your customers experience unexpected life events. Helping them navigate through an unfamiliar and intimidating process builds loyal customers and eliminates potential confusion and processing delays.
Microsoft will discontinue support for SQL Server 2008/R2 in July 2019. Then, in January 2020, Microsoft will also cease support for Windows Server 2008/R2. These imminent changes could create a number of new business challenges, but they also present the perfect opportunity to modernize applications, or even migrate to Azure.