Understanding your customers is a key criterium to providing customer-centric innovation. To extend home insurance to more people, Swiss Re’s iptiQ and IKEA created and launched HEMSÄKER, an affordable and easily accessible home insurance. iptiQ enables IKEA to provide innovative services for their customers by rolling out insurance offerings by using the iptiQ platform.
Customer-centric innovation can also be pushed by leveraging new technologies to collect all sorts of behavioural data. This is a key trend among the companies in our growing DIA Community. Octo Telematics launched a solution to detect when a child is left unattended in a car. Vayyar, who presented at last year’s DIA Amsterdam, offers a health and safety solution to protect thousands of seniors every day. Their intelligent sensors turn any room into a smart room. Another approach is taken by The Floow, whose telematics insurance proposition allows ERGO to appeal to a new customer base: young drivers.
Interested to find out more about the recent developments and successes within the companies that spoke on our DIA stage? Keep on reading to find out what else is currently going on in the DIA Community!
Swiss Re’s iptiQ and IKEA partner to launch affordable and easily accessible home insurance
iptiQ, the initiative of DIA partner Swiss Re, and IKEA announced the launch of HEMSÄKER, a home insurance offering which provides easily accessible protection at an affordable price. HEMSÄKER, which can be purchased online via the IKEA website in a matter of minutes, was created to extend home insurance to more people and in turn increase their financial resilience. Created by iptiQ and IKEA, HEMSÄKER is initially introduced in Switzerland and Singapore.
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Octo Telematics and TIM launch TIM BabyPad, a device to detect when a child is left in a car seat
TIM and OCTO Telematics have signed a partnership agreement to develop data-driven solutions for vehicles not yet connected to the mobile network. The aim is to gradually extend the potential offered by digital services to all vehicles on the road, from public transport to company cars. The first step of this important partnership is TIM BabyPad, a Bluetooth-enabled device to detect whether the child is in their car seat and make sure they are not left unattended.
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