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Business Process Outsourcing: A survival tool for the life insurance and annuities industry after the economic tsunami

by on Oct 14, 2009

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Business process outsourcing (BPO) represents a strategic and efficient option for companies looking to thrive in these tumultuous times. If implemented properly, BPO can be a fast and simple solution ...

Business process outsourcing (BPO) represents a strategic and efficient option for companies looking to thrive in these tumultuous times. If implemented properly, BPO can be a fast and simple solution to rapidly reduce costs, help organizations survive the economic downturn and set the stage for future growth. Experience suggests that it costs insurance companies $200 - $350 per year to service a U.S. life policy. A BPO provider with deep domain and customer support expertise can service the same policy for approximately $100 per year, representing annual savings of at least 50 percent! In this article, through various examples, the author demonstrates how BPO can help the insurance industry survive this economic downturn. It also offers eight simple rules to ensure success of your outsourcing program. Finally the author also suggests the various insurance processes that companies can outsource.

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