GloveBox Launches Mobile App for Aggregating Insurance Documents

The carrier-agnostic app gives policyholders access to auto identification cards and copies of policies, and will soon enable bill payment, FNOL and other capabilities.

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GloveBox, a Denver-based InsurTech has announced the launch of its new app for iOS mobile devices. The eponymous mobile app is designed to aggregate insurance documents, regardless of carrier, in one centralized location for easy policy document access.

Ryan Mathisen, Co-Founder and CEO, GloveBox.

The GloveBox app aims to address both the difficulties consumers often face when attempting to access their basic insurance information, as well as the cost to agencies spending time accommodating the resulting customer service requests. GloveBox says the app aims to simplify policy access for the consumer and alleviate mundane service tasks for agencies, allowing them to focus on their bottom line.

“Our goal is to not only create a unified policy holder experience inclusive of all carriers for the consumer, but also to take care of our agency owners and carriers,” comments Ryan Mathisen, co-founder and CEO. “By offering a simplified process and a positive client experience, GloveBox can help increase both revenue and client retention all while eliminating the requirement for additional staffing to help with those Tier 1 service tasks.”

Initial Focus on P&C

The vendor reports that the GloveBox App will initially allow policyholders to access auto identification cards and copies of policies, followed by features to pay a bill, initiate a claim, check auto telematics, endorse policy and other capabilities. The focus will be on property/casualty policies including home, auto, umbrella, RV, motorcycle, etc. GloveBox says it intends to seek connections to life and health insurance, as well as, the possibility for car registration and driver’s license in the future.

GloveBox reports that its leadership team has a combined total of 25 years of experience in the insurance industry. “We have grown up together, both in life and the insurance business,” notes Drew Lewellyn, the company’s co-founder and chief technology officer. “Our team has a vast understanding of what policy holders want from their insurance carriers and what carriers and agencies need to be successful. We think GloveBox will be a game changing technology for the insurance industry and are inspired by what’s to come.”

GloveBox is currently available for download through the iOS app store and will be available for Android users in the coming months.

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Anthony R. O’Donnell // Anthony O'Donnell is Executive Editor of Insurance Innovation Reporter. For nearly two decades, he has been an observer and commentator on the use of information technology in the insurance industry, following industry trends and writing about the use of IT across all sectors of the insurance industry. He can be reached at [email protected] or (503) 936-2803.

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