A list of selected Compart reference customers who have trusted Compart to provide advice and implement their output management solutions is provided on this page.
When OneBeacon Insurance Group needed to convert millions of documents written in Metacode to PDF, the IT managers asked around for suggestions. One of their service providers relied on DocBridge Mill Plus for similar conversions, so OneBeacon gave it a try.
The centralisation of document delivery offers a company many advantages. It makes it possible to configure when what correspondence should be sent and how to send it. It also opens up a wealth of options by integration new electronic distribution channels. One example of this new, flexible world of document output is Barmenia, Germany's seventh-ranked private health insurer.
METAPOSTA, an ambitious Spanish project for the safe and permanent storage of any kind of document electronically, uses Compart‘s DocBridge Mill for the successful conversion.
What do you do to identify any differences between documents quickly and reliably? What Bertelsman subsidiary arvato did was set up an electronic checking process that shows even the tiniest deviations. At the core of this process is DocBridge Delta software.
The Deutsche Bahn has moved its internal communications over to a hybrid mail solution. The principle: employees decide for themselves whether they want to produce documents digitally or in hard copy. The technology is based on the "ePostSelect" system developed by Swiss Post Solutions; it works as a profile database and dispatcher for mailing.
mission‹one›’s proprietary Post Substitutions-Mail enables major customers from a wide range of industries to send large numbers of sensitive documents in legally binding and compliant form. Due to the seam-less integration, mission‹one› decided to integrate DocBridge Mill into their in-house development. The scalable solution from Compart analyzes, separates, classifies and indexes the data streams.
arvato direct services Gütersloh GmbH, an international provider of business process outsourcing services, stepped up its output management (OM) both technologically and organizationally. The centerpiece of the innovation is DocBridge Pilot, which enables high-powered parallel processing of complex jobs.
World Marketing Inc, the US Direct marketing company, has renewed its document processing system. The key technology foundation is made up from the software solutions DocBridge Mill and DocBridge Delta, responsible respectively for efficient conversion and automated document comparison.
Data-Mail Inc. selected DocBridge Delta when searching for an efficient tool for the validation process of their complex documents with variable data. When they began using DocBridge Delta, about 80 percent of the documents compared ran at an acceptable speed, which was a definite improvement.
The LVM Group truly understands how positively centralized document mailing affects the company's entire infrastructure. As one of the 20 largest primary insurers, LVM separated document creation from distribution and since then has been enjoying both significantly higher performance in output management and less programming effort. The core technology is Compart DocBridge Pilot software, which acts as the central hub in the enterprise's communications.
As direct marketing capabilities have expanded, and campaigns become more complex, ensuring quality has become more difficult. Nevertheless, verification is essential - and sometimes required by law. Compart was the only company that could integrate automated digital proof comparison into the Naehas direct marketing platform. As a result, proofing cycles have been shortened and many more versions of a campaign can be managed.
As direct mail has become more complex and personalized, Japs-Olson needed a better way of proofing and approval for customers’ variable direct mail projects. The DocBridge engine was flexible enough to accommodate Japs-Olson’s custom requirements. They also achieved a higher level of quality control that fit their workflow, along with greater speed and reliability.
The Versicherungskammer Bayern is modernizing its output management. The new system is designed to ensure flexible mass production for all physical and electronic channels. Germany's largest public insurer thus improves quality yet again, not to mention the positive effect on the cost of document creation and output.
The ROLAND Group, an international Insurance Company, with a specific focus on Legal Protection, has recently updated its Output Management System. At the core of this IT transformation is the Compart software DocBridge Pilot, an important tool allowing ROLAND to manage the printing of around two million documents annually.
The print service provider Bluegrass Mailing automates and consolidates statement workflows for their customers. Compart’s scaleable software DocBridge Mill analyzes, modifies and converts the input data into the desired formats.
Many banks, utilities or mutual funds rely on EPSIIA when it comes to electronic document archiving, presentment or eDelivery. To handle the variety of data EPSIIA is using Compart’s software DocBridge Mill.
printcom Druck + Kommunikation GmbH offers their customers a wide portfolio of mailing and business communication services. This has put heavy pressure on processing operations for print data streams in recent years. Looking for a solution that offered maximum flexibility and versatility they decided to take DocBridge Mill.
Along the way, subtle differences work their way into different document versions. The changes can be minor and deeply hidden, but they can bring production to its knees. The graphical comparison of documents with DocBridge Delta allows IWCO Direct a quick application analysis on pixel-level.
The enquiry from ADOP Services of Siemens Business Services (SBS) in Fürth, concerning a converter, with which PCL documents could be transformed to AFP, is from Compart’s perspective not spectacular, nor is the resulting solution sufficiently interesting for a major case study on our homepage. However, in this case, it was just the prolog of a much more substantial project, which can certainly be described as being very ambitious.