We.Finance site is a financial services site designed to help you learn interactive communications capabilities of AEM Forms.
Read on detailed walkthrough of We.Finance Auto Insurance use case which showcases how AEM forms and its integration with Microsoft Dynamics helps personalize customer experience in a financial service company. The interactive walkthrough is designed to ease implementation of complex digital transactions and customer communication in a financial company.
The journey starts with the use case:
Sarah Rose is an existing We.Finance customer and has purchased an auto insurance policy. Now it’s the time of the year for renewal of her insurance policy. Gloria Rios, Insurance Agent, We.Finance sends a reminder to Sarah about her policy renewal. Sarah follows the instructions provided in the email and successfully completes the process.
The We.Finance Auto-Insurance application scenario is a visual narration for the user and is based on two personas:
Gloria logs into AEM instance, clicks Auto Insurance Renewal, and then clicks Open Agent UI. The click prefills the insurance document with policy details of Sarah Rose. Gloria clicks Submit and a message is displayed on the screen “Submission Initiated” and then in few seconds “Submitted Successfully”.
Sarah receives an email with the subject “Your Auto Insurance Renewal”.
Go to Adobe Experience Manager > Forms > Forms & Documents > We.Finance > Auto Insurance. Select the Auto Insurance Renewal interactive communication and click Open Agent UI. The interactive communication opens up in the Agent UI. Enter a valid email address to receive the email with attached policy document and click Submit.
You can access and review the Auto Insurance Renewal interactive communication directly from
Sarah receives an email with an attachment from We.Finance which reminds her that her Auto Insurance policy is about to expire. The attachment is the print version of her Auto Insurance letter.
Sarah clicks Renew Now and is directed to the web version of her Auto Insurance letter. On top of this letter, Sarah finds number of days left for her policy to expire. The page provides Sarah a basic overview of her Insurance Policy details such as Policy Number, Amount Due, and other information such as discount offers and loyalty rewards. Sarah again clicks Renew Now at the bottom of the policy.
The web and print output of your Auto Insurance letter are created using the multi-channel capabilities of Interactive Communications.
The Renew Now button in the email is linked to the Auto Insurance Renew application, which is an Interactive communication on a publish instance.
You must have received an email with an attached PDF. The PDF is a print version of your Auto Insurance letter. Click Renew Now to reach to the web version of the policy. Check your personal information and policy details and click Renew Now which takes you to another Interactive Communication.
The Renew Now button in the email directs Sarah to the web version of the policy. You can visit the following URL:
You can check the detailed summary of your Auto Insurance Renewal and click Renew Now at the bottom of the page.
We.Finance takes Sarah to the Payment page. Sarah rechecks her Policy Number and Date of Expiration with her records. On the right side of the page, she checks the Payment Summary of her renewal with 10% premium discount on the total amount.
The Renew Now button directs Sarah to the payment page. The payment page is an adaptive form.
Click Renew Now to reach to the Payment page. Fill in your Credit Card information, and click Make Payment.
You can reach the payment page in the authoring instance at
Sarah fills her Credit Card details and clicks Make Payment.
When Sarah fills the credit card details and clicks Submit, her credit card payment is processed and a thank you message configured in the adaptive form appears on the screen.
You can view the confirmation message after clicking Make Payment at