The Centre for Study of Insurance Operations (CSIO) has announced the formation of an eDocs implementation steering committee to facilitate the integration of its refined eDocs codes and descriptions across the industry.
The technology association’s eDocs working group recently released business requirements to refine eDocs codes and descriptions in order to address labelling inconsistencies in broker management systems (BMS).
Now that these requirements have been communicated to insurers and vendors, CSIO has assembled a committee that will provide high-level assistance in the execution of an end-to-end user acceptance testing (UAT) plan for implementing the refined eDocs codes and descriptions.
The committee convened for its inaugural meeting on November 20, where it delved into discussions on its mandate, member roles, implementation timelines, UAT requirements, and meeting frequency.
CSIO’s eDocs implementation steering committee includes representatives from different insurers, vendors, and brokers.
In addition to forming the committee, CSIO requested its insurer and BMS vendor members to provide implementation timelines for programming the refined eDocs codes and descriptions for personal and commercial lines of business.
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