In-person contact remains part of the equation in insurance value-chain

Since the beginning of the pandemic, many insurance companies were forced to work differently and had to adopt technology, to not only enable remote working, but also to stay in touch with stakeholders.

Driven by our need to have face-to-face interactions as means of competing in the fast-changing insurance landscape.

Check out the article below to find out how iTOO still relies on relationship building, and reinforcing face-to-face interactions as part of the equation for continually building stakeholder relationships.

Click here to read the article.

Article by COVER Publications 

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