SWAN General, CMT to introduce connected insurance program in Mauritius

SWAN General, CMT to introduce connected insurance program in Mauritius

Renowned Mauritius-based financial solutions provider, SWAN General Ltd., has joined forces with mobile telematics frontrunner, Cambridge Mobile Telematics (CMT) to unveil a highly innovative connected insurance program across the country.

As per reports, SWAN’s SafeDrive program, which is deployed on CMT’s DriveWell platform, comprises an app & tag solution that would assist Mauritian drivers in taking up safe driving habits. It has also been revealed that the app will offer feedback to the drivers in terms of risky driving behavior improvements, driving scores, as well as presenting streaks, trends, among other engaging information.

If sources are to be believed, the SWAN SafeDrive user would be provided a fuel card to collect points, which could be redeemed for fuel vouchers among other rewards.

In addition, SWAN SafeDrive users would now automatically qualify for complimentary roadside assistance services. During events of an accident, the SWAN SafeDrive solution could detect a collision as well as alert the SWAN General for assistance via towing and a replacement car.

According to the Vice President of Global Sales & Partnerships, CMT, Ben Bowne, SWAN’s SafeDrive will boost safe driving whilst giving an unparalleled customer edge through a fuel card and roadside assistance, which would be available to all. He also cited that the company was delighted to lend its support to SWAN’s efforts on road safety.

Meanwhile, the CEO of SWAN Group, Louis Rivalland, hailed the group as a pioneer in the insurance market given its constant innovations. He further stated that the company was highly privileged to collaborate with CMT, as it would be the perfect technical partner for helping the team in offering quality services to its policyholders whilst enhancing their experience.

For the unversed, a tag is a small IoT device, which sticks to the windscreen, and helps in detecting crashes whilst delivering a second data source for enhanced accuracy. Meanwhile, the driver score is based on a two-week window to offer fairness and responsiveness.

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