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Ozoned Digital Seals Agreement with Adamjee Insurance Co.


18th May 2021: Ozoned Digital announced on their LinkedIn handle that they have formally entered into an agreement with Pakistans No. 1 Insurance Company, Adamjee Insurance Company Limited (WTO). The venture will help Adamjee Insurance introduce several digital interfaces for customers. Consequently, related stakeholders affiliated with Adamjee Insurance can provide services to their motor customers. The digital interface will serve as an all-in-one mobility platform for WTO customers.

Ozoned and Adamjee Insurance Agreement

We are pleased to announce that we have entered into an agreement with Adamjee Insurance Company Limited (Window Takaful Operations) to enhance the digital customer experience of its #motorinsurance customers.

With this collaboration, Adamjee Insurance Company Limited (WTO) will introduce multiple digital interfaces (for #customers and other #insurance#valuechain #stakeholders) to service their #motorcustomers through #Ozoned #enterprisesolution. The overall experience will be enhanced by allowing WTO customers to undertake all their insurance requirements through a single #mobility interface.

Ozoned Digital provides a one stop solution for all the insurance needs through the #OzonedPlatform. Our state of the art #mobilityinterfaces allow all the #insurance #stakeholders to get a #seamless and #paperless #digitalexperience.

– Nomaan Bashir Faisal Munir

Ozoned Digital Ltd is an emerging tech start-up. The company is led by professionals having over 70 years of combined industry experience. The company has vowed to produce a blend of technologies along with disruptive business models. The vision of the company is to add value to the industry. They also focus on making the world of insurance more efficient.

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