Companies around the world rely on Compart's output management solutions.
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.
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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. Projects such as affinity group membership cards often require detailed, letter-perfect legal disclosures, even when they extend into multiple pages of eight-point type.
For such projects, visual proofing is not possible. 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.
Japs-Olson has been at the forefront of the direct mail production and commercial printing industry for over 100 years. They needed a better way of proofing and approval for customers’ variable direct mail projects. They also wanted to simplify the information used by production and to increase uptime during the variable imaging process. As direct mail has became more complex and personalized, it is harder to predict where changes occur from one file version to another or from one piece to another. 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
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: these include policies, correspondence, customer
cards, reports, attachments and accounts. In the print area alone,
ROLAND runs 90 different print stacks, based on the category and recipient of
the communication. The DocBridge Pilot software, developed by Compart is
platform-independent and supports customized mailings into every type of
output: print, e-mail, fax, archive file, and download-file in Web portals.
Bancaja is one of the largest banks in Spain with five thousand
employees, over more than one thousand branch offices and
more than twelve hundred cash machines throughout Spain
and its Islands. Bancaja is one of the entities with major
volume of issue securities in Europe.
After struggling with outdated manual processes for statement
printing and production, a regional Kentucky Bank was ready to
modernize. They were tired of the costs and delays involved with their
old approach and consulted Bluegrass Mailing to help them find a better
way. For over 36 years, Bluegrass Mailing
has grown by understanding and resolving customer problems and
capturing the resulting opportunities. Now here was a chance to add new
services and expand the business again.
The decision by the board of DBV-Winterthur Versicherungen in 2002 initially sounded unspectacular: Agents and employees should have access to the company’s archive over the Web. Whether processes, correspondence, or contracts: With their browser and Acrobat Reader they should be able to search AFP documents in the company’s FileNet archive. New rules and standards had to be set and implemented to achieve this goal: In view of the large number of users and archive accesses as well as the need to support short user Intranet response times, the request for proposal specified a translation rate of at least 70 AFP document pages a second on a Sun Sparc-3.
When banks, utilities, mutual funds and other businesses need electronic document archiving, presentment and eDelivery, many turn to EPSIIA to help make it happen. Thousands of companies rely on EPSIIA to help them securely present documents on the web, via email, or on media like CD or DVD. One mutual fund company uses CD ROM, with broker data for monthly statements, trade confirms, tax documents and for long-term archiving and compliance. Other financial institutions use these services to their offerings for internet banking or eBanking.
printcom Druck+Kommunikation GmbH
printcom Druck + Kommunikation GmbH (no connection to Deutsche Post Printcom), Vienna, can boast a company development with a remarkable history. Founded 1910 under the name Paragon, the company started out printing Austria’s first receipt books. The name was changed to Moore GesmbH in 1978, and in 1996 a merger with companies Carl Ueberreuter and Berger created a new company with a payroll of 250 staff. This company acquired J.C. König & Ebhardt AG in 1998 and the continuous printing division of the Austrian State Printing Company (OeSD) in 1999. Today’s printcom GmbH was finally created by a merger with VSD (Versand Service Druck – previously the National Form Printing Company). printcom is now a full service provider of mailing and business communication services (invoice printing, reminders, account statements etc.), supplying “everything even remotely connected with printing”. A claim that in recent years has put heavy pressure on processing operations for print data streams.
Document applications can have long lives. Some start out on a mainframe system, and then transition to midrange computing. As marketers accumulate database information and fine-tune communications strategies, they may add personalization to legacy applications. Along the way, subtle differences work their way into the different versions. The changes can be minor and deeply hidden, but they can bring production to its knees. Finding them all is immensely time consuming if possible at all.
Siemens Business Services (SBS)
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 in our magazine. However, in this case, it was just the prolog of a much more substantial project, which, given the allotted timescale, can certainly be described as being very ambitious.