In 2012 SURA Chile selected AuraPortal to automate the company’s strategic processes and implement a process management culture that enables Management to check the status of each process and, based on the established indicators, make well-informed decisions to achieve optimal company development.
To offer customers the best possible service and adhere to its innovation policy, SURA Chile decided to start a BPM (Business Process Management) implementation project. To begin, SURA wanted to automate its Business Request and Insurance Policy Quotation processes. Before the implementation, these actions (Request and Quotation) were carried out manually using Excel, which resulted in errors, delays and did not allow any activity monitoring.
SURA has a portfolio of important projects that are being implemented with AuraPortal:
This implementation starts with the “Insurance Policy Quote” process that requires a high degree of automation, document management and integration with other applications. For example, 10 points of integration with IBM’s AS400 Oracle database.
The system treats each quoted result individually and when all the quotes have been found, it links the final result to the customer according to the company-defined parameters.
In order to control the various authorization levels & to manage the automatic distribution of tasks and emails to the relevant users. It must also keep a history of the requests and quotations that have been executed whilst indicating any change in its status and the date.
Process control points make it possible to view the status of each Request and Quotation as well as obtain reports and graphs to analyze situations, times, delays and act upon this using personalized reports as ordered by the business.
“The recent review of AuraPortal that I received from the Chilean team confirmed that they have a fully functioning BPM solution in an easily maintained platform.”
“The new features have reduced implementation and process modification times, which has demonstrated AuraPortal’s great operational capacity.”
Suramericana was founded in 1944 in Colombia. In 1946, it had two offices: one in Bogota and another in Medellin. It then began to expand nationally and internationally, with backing from its parent company Sura Group, which currently provides transfer of operational, commercial and financial synergies. Today, Suramericana has presence in nine Latin American countries: Mexico, El Salvador, Dominican Republic, Panama, Colombia, Brazil, Uruguay, Argentina and Chile.
Created in 1944.
Suramericana acquired RSA Chile in 2015. RSA has over 300 years of experience in the UK and Chile.
SURA is one of the leading multinational insurance groups.
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