Welcome to IDP Podcast epsiode #3. For this third interview, Alain Veuve has welcomed one of our partners at Parashift’s office; Fabian Seimer, partner and Head Information Management at Inacta.
They exchanged views on the current vision of their company and the future.
Who is Fabian Seimer?
Fabian Seimer is a partner at Inacta and is responsible for information management. He has been working in the field for about ten years and has helped many companies, especially in the banking and insurance sector, successfully complete their digital transition.
What about Inacta?
Inacta is an IT company founded in 2009 that accompanies companies in various sectors (insurance, banking, real estate, and health) towards a digital transition based on innovative and efficient technologies. Inacta’s experts accompany clients from project conception to completion, taking care to select the most efficient technologies and the most adapted to their needs. Indeed, the company has to offer its customers all the latest and most advanced solutions that can be found on the market.
With more than 80 experts in project management and software development, the company became a founding member of the Crypto Valley Association and the Swiss Blockchain Federation.
As an initiator of the cryptovalley.directory, the Blockchain Summit and the Blockchain Competition, it promotes technology start-ups and their networking with established companies. In this way, Inacta contributes to the continued economic prominence of Switzerland and Liechtenstein.
Why the collaboration?
Parashift relies on consulting and integration partners like inacta to integrate their platform with customers. “At Parashift we focus exclusively on data extraction. The consulting and implementation of end-to-end document processes is demanding and Parashift is only ever a partial step in these processes. We are therefore all the more pleased to have inacta on board as a partner who can provide our customers with comprehensive, competent and committed advice” says Alain Veuve, CEO of Parashift.
In the past I had these big input management solutions, you had to put a lot of effort into it to even install it, to configure it, so that I can even get started. In other words, such small use cases were not profitable, because if I only have 100 documents per year, it’s simply not worth it to manage such huge projects. And that has definitely changed, thanks to solutions like Parashift, I can now also try things out in such small use cases, in such small POCs, perhaps at various points in the company. And we’re definitely seeing that everywhere in the company, you called it “little plants,” that those are emerging where you want to work with IDP.Fabian Seimer
What about the future?
There is still a long way to go before Intelligent Document Processing becomes a widespread solution for businesses, especially small businesses with low document volumes. Nevertheless, companies who realize the potential for competitive advantages, cost savings, and time savings increasingly consider this high-performance technology.
There is insane competition, for example, in the health insurance environment, but also in the banking environment. I have a lot of competition there today, I have to be able to react quickly, I have to be able to respond quickly to customer inquiries, otherwise the customer is gone. I believe that a great deal has already changed, and this is leading to digitization projects and automation projects being launched everywhere, perhaps always on a small scale, related to a specific use case, but then going very very far. In other words, with real consistency from A to Z. And I think that is the reason why this is now playing an increasingly important role.Fabian Seimer
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