Swiss Life Global Solutions has announced a partnership with technology company dacadoo.

Swiss Life will support dacadoo’s web- and app-based platforms. These are designed to help insurance companies and firms promote healthy behaviour in customers and employees.

In addition, the platform urges them to improve their overall health in order to enjoy a self-determined life. Also, it aims to identify and prevent lifestyle-related illnesses.

The partners expect to announce their first deployments in early 2020.

Michael Hansen, CEO of Swiss Life Network, said: “We are delighted to be joining forces with dacadoo and look forward to continuing to provide a world-class service for our network partners and clients through innovative and value-adding new solutions.”

Peter Ohnemus, president & CEO of dacadoo. added: “We are very proud to be strategic partners for digital health engagement and health risk quantification with Swiss Life Global Solutions. This is another major client commitment after already announcing Aon, Irish Life and Oracle, among others, in 2019. The digitalisation of Life & Health Insurers is becoming mainstream.”

dacadoo moves global

In December 2019, dacadoo wrapped up its series C funding round to raise funds to expand its business globally.

With the closing of the latest round, dacadoo has raised a total of CHF70m ($71.23m) in funding so far.

dacadoo develops solutions for digital health engagement and health risk quantification. It collaborates with insurance firms along with corporate health service providers to introduce its solutions to the global market.

Its digital health engagement platform encourages users to attain and maintain healthy lifestyle habits.

By offering its services via mobile apps and a web app, dacadoo enables the life and health insurance companies as well as vendors of corporate health programmes to connect with clients.

dacadoo said that its customers can use the patented Health Score with its bespoke, automated AI-based coach, to produce positive health outcomes.