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How often do you get the chance to bet on a sure thing? Worldwide software provider, Cincom Systems, will be exhibiting its sure thing — the latest version of Cincom Eloquence — at the AHIP Institute 2011 in San Francisco and the 15th annual America’s Claims Event in New Orleans. Both trade shows are taking place on June 15-17.

The 15th annual America’s Claims Event is designed for senior managers who are involved with claims operations to receive the insight needed to implement effective strategic and tactical intelligence for their claims-handling process. Attendees will engage in idea-exchange, learn from the experts and get access to proven solutions to confront their operational challenges.

America’s Health Insurance Plans (AHIP) is a national association representing nearly 1,300 member companies that provide health insurance to more than 200 million Americans. The Institute is an annual conference that gathers a network of over 3,000 healthcare professionals to discuss the latest developments affecting the healthcare industry and their future impact on America’s communities. Cincom Eloquence will be exhibiting at booth 733.

“These events are a great venue for us to exhibit Eloquence,” said Lori Gelter, program director, Cincom Document Solutions group. “We have a nearly 30-year history of helping insurers around the world acquire, retain and strengthen their customer relationships. Being a part of the conversation at both AHIP and ACE will keep both attendees and us up-to-date on industry pain points and standards.”

Cincom Eloquence provides automation tools to design sophisticated document models that can be dynamically applied to all types of communications. Engineered to deploy via service-oriented architecture (SOA), it produces structured document communications in high-volume batch with the flexibility to generate highly personalized documents on demand while interacting with customers in real time, delivered in any form preferred — print, fax, e-mail or web.

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