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Indemn, a provider of conversational AI-based insurance buying experiences, has implemented components of the Joshu Platform to power policy management and distribution for the company’s wedding and event insurance products. Joshu’s technology is designed to enable insurers to launch online distribution channels quickly and independently.
Indemn boasts that it has transformed the way wedding insurance is offered and sold through an experience exclusively serviced by machine learning-powered chatbots and conversational AI. By adding the capabilities of the Joshu Platform, Indemn is able to provide a digital first, policy buying experience complete with extensive self-service capabilities, according to a Joshu statement.
“Indemn built the first fully conversational, digital native, insurance platform for wedding insurance,” comments Kyle Geoghan, co-founder and CEO, Indemn. “Joshu’s flexible policy management solution can be rapidly configured by our insurance team, and it has been an important foundation as we transition from a semi-manual back-office operation to a more intuitive, automated experience for our team and customers. Joshu has enabled us to quickly expand into additional product lines for corporate and special event insurance.”
Supporting Full Insurance Lifecycle
Joshu says its platform is replete with features for accelerating product development, configuration, and distribution, supporting the full insurance product and policy lifecycle. Founded by technology experts experienced in selling insurance online, the Joshu Platform helps insurance product owners, like Indemn, configure, launch, and manage products without coding, the vendor says.
“The Indemn team is highly technical and has been very savvy about their go-to market strategy,” comments Roy Mill, co-founder and CEO, Joshu. “We are excited that the Joshu Platform has helped the innovative, execution driven Indemn team expand beyond wedding insurance into other special event offerings and harness digital distribution for maximum growth.”