Sympraxis® is industry-agnostic and can be used across multiple industries like Healthcare, Insurance, Financial Services, Publishing, etc. to streamline operations and increase eﬃciency.
A US-based subprime auto dealer and lender transforms their business development and collections operation using a right-shore approach. Business Challenges The client is a large “buy here pay here” auto dealer in the US with more than 40 company and 150 franchise locations in the East, Midwest and Southeast. The
As rising deductibles and co-pays turn patients into payers, financial interactions must be part of the patient experience equation. The financial aspect of care should not be put aside, as it is an essential component of a positive patient experience. But navigating the healthcare financial maze can create unnecessary confusion
Redesigning the revenue cycle billing and collections operation for a stronger financial foundation
Is your Finance and Accounting (F&A) team bogged down by routine, repetitive, low-value tasks? Is the cycle time for closing and reporting high? Does it require significant manual reconciliation and data maintenance? Are your executives hampered by the lack of meaningful reporting? If you are witnessing any of these challenges
COVID-19 has changed how businesses operate as people are compelled to work from home.
Take the traditional mailroom. A typical Health Plan mailroom receives 120,000 pieces of mail every month. A vast majority of the paper-based communication – from application submission and policy changes to claim forms and notifications is processed manually, They are also inundated with incoming data and documents in multiple formats.
71% of finance professionals still cite manual data entry and inefficient, error-prone, time-consuming processes as their key pain points. Processing an invoice, takes anywhere between 4.1 to 16.3 days per invoice – from receipt to payment approval. Ardent Partners’ Accounts Payable Metrics That Matter in 2020 report reveals that while
Many companies design RPA implementations to support their ‘as-is’ processes, without evaluating or standardizing the existing process map. As a result, they achieve modest savings at best, and in most cases forego the opportunity to dramatically improve process outcomes, quality, costs and turn times. If you’re considering an RPA implementation