Vertafore’s ImageRight 6.2 Offers Enhanced Productivity and Compliance

Capabilities include high availability and scalability, enhanced image quality for creating high-resolution PDFs, and push notifications for deeper integration with core systems.

(Image credit: Adobe Stock.) 

Vertafore has released ImageRight 6.2, which the vendor characterizes as the third major update to the software in less than a year. The new release includes key feature updates designed to help carriers streamline operations, increase productivity and improve compliance, according to the vendor. Capabilities include high availability and scalability, enhanced image quality for creating high-resolution PDFs, and push notifications for deeper integration with policy, claims, accounting and other core insurance systems, Vertafore reports.

Theo Beack, CTO, Vertafore.

Theo Beack, CTO, Vertafore.

“At Vertafore, we put our customers at the center of our innovation efforts,” comments Theo Beack, CTO, Vertafore. “The newest release of ImageRight incorporate a number of important improvements based on direct customer design feedback. Our aim with this release was to improve search capabilities, making it easier to find content and streamlining how users manage their workflows.”

ImageRight 6.2 is engineered to provide redundancy where multiple server instances can be deployed in a cluster to avoid a single point of failure, providing carriers availability, load balancing and scalability, Vertafore reports. Documents in the new release are stored as high-resolition PDFs that Vertafore says can be easily shared across all distribution channels. The new version also features a push-notification framework, which allows integrated applications to subscribe to events when documents are created, updated, moved, copied or deleted. This capability allows for bidirectional integration with policy, claims, accounting systems, and other Vertafore solutions to ensure users have the most accurate information at all times, the vendor says. The new release also features enhanced document retention management, which Vertafore asserts provides insurers with piece of mind that information assets do not become liabilities and document purging meet legal date requirements.

Anthony R. O’Donnell // Anthony O'Donnell is Executive Editor of Insurance Innovation Reporter. For nearly two decades, he has been an observer and commentator on the use of information technology in the insurance industry, following industry trends and writing about the use of IT across all sectors of the insurance industry. He can be reached at [email protected] or (503) 936-2803.

Leave a Comment

(required)