Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Grange Life Insurance Company Integrates Xpertdoc as Preferred Document Output Solution

Grange Life Insurance Company Integrates Xpertdoc as Preferred Document Output Solution

Grange Life is an Ohio-based regional life insurance company serving 120,000 policyholders with life and financial protection products. The existing document output management system was in need of upgrading. When the decision was made to shift to more robust technologies that would meet the needs of the growing firm, Management at Grange Life wanted to ensure a "Best of Breed" template design and document output facility. Xpertdoc was brought in to address the diverse and complex needs of their Business Users.

    "We looked at many solutions, but the only one both flexible and fast
enough for demanding application was Xpertdoc. They are a great team to
work with and their product solution will provide us with a powerful and
efficient document solution for our insurance policyholders."

Martin Dinehart, Vice President - Life Operations
Grange Life Insurance Company

"This application of Xpertdoc at Grange Life was another confirmation to us of the growing need within the Insurance sector for powerful interactive document output functionality - provided to the Business User for access directly on their desktop" comments Francis Dion, Xpertdoc's CEO and founder. "Working within the context of Microsoft Word, Xpertdoc brings immediate value to DOM initiatives by leveraging Business Users' current skills and familiar productivity tools."

About Grange Insurance

Grange Insurance, with $2 billion in assets and $1.3 billion in annual revenue, is an insurance provider based in Columbus, Ohio. Through its network of independent agents, Grange offers auto, home, life and business insurance protection. Established in 1935, the company and its affiliates serve policyholders in Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and Wisconsin. For more information, visit


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