Qover, an insurance technology company backed by Zurich, has introduced its motor insurance offering in Ireland.  

The insurtech company said its insurance solution is designed to enable automakers, fleet operators, mobility providers and leasing companies to provide integrated insurance plans throughout Europe. 

Qover aims to foray into all European markets by 2025. With the entry into Ireland, the company has now become live in ten countries in 36 months.   

The vehicle insurance features include insurance services, claims and customer assistance, as well as embedded insurance orchestration via Qover’s fully managed tech platform. 

Additionally, Qover promises to offer quick digital claim processing for timely claim settlement and leverage advanced performance analytics to ensure transparency into insurance programmes for all partners and end users.  

Furthermore, Qover said its offering is incorporated into user journeys and omnichannel offers so that the insurance experience functions as a brand extension for automotive partners. 

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Late last month, Qover launched an AI-powered solution aimed at streamlining claims.  

The new modular platform features generative AI chatbots to address user queries, AI-powered claim information processing to feed information into the claims engine and automated claims reimbursement. 

At the launch, Qover chief customer officer Ed Ackerman said: “Our new claims experience will be transformative for our customers and partners. By leveraging AI and automation at key stages of the end-to-end claims process, we are not only speeding up a typically cumbersome process but also making it more intuitive – even stress-free – for our policyholders.” 

In May this year, Qover joined forces with Dutch neobank bunq to offer travel insurance to the Dutch company’s customers.