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Motor Insurance: Future Generali India Insurance Introduces App

Future Generali India Insurance, a well-known insurance company has introduced an application for motor insurance claim surveyors of the company which goes by the name of i-Moss. The new app had a soft launch about six months ago for in-house assessor, wherein it was tested for

volumes to offer an enhanced error free experience. It is now being effectively operated by all in- house motor claim surveyors of the company.

With the help of this new app- i-MoSS, the company expects on-the-spot conclusion of 70 percent of its motor insurance claims and 50 percent reduction in total time needed to settle motor insurance claims.

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