Helvetia taps Qover to power pan-European automotive insurance
By Gloria Methri
Swiss insurance firm Helvetia has chosen Qover, embedded insurance orchestration, as its InsurTech partner to reshape the European automotive insurance sector. This collaboration, powered by Qover’s modular platform, introduces a pan-European automotive insurance offer, operating under a Freedom of Services model.
This partnership marks a new era for automotive insurance across Europe. Unlike the traditional multi-local model, this Freedom of Services approach is a shift in response to the complex nature of automotive insurance, marked by rigorous regulations and market-specific requirements.
Designated by Helvetia as its preferred InsurTech partner, Qover’s expertise allows for fast pan-European rollouts, seamless program launches, and unified user experiences. Its modular platform offers a comprehensive suite of services tailored to insurers, brokers and automotive businesses. This encompasses API-based integrations, user acquisition funnels, automated eligibility checks, configurable pricing engines, B2B dashboards, data insights and analytics, and dedicated customer care.
“Helvetia International Automotive is a pioneering and innovative ecosystem for the automotive and mobility industry, providing OEMs and customers with the answer to their expectations and requirements. Partnering with Qover to develop pan-European motor insurance allows us to set a new standard in responsiveness and adaptability, ultimately benefiting both our partners and their customers,” said Tilo Schroiff, Head of Helvetia International Automotive.
“This partnership with Helvetia marks a significant milestone for Qover. Together, we are not just changing the landscape of European automotive insurance – we are redefining it. Our modular platform is designed to deliver tangible value to our partners, ensuring they can offer seamless, customer-centric insurance solutions. This collaboration embodies our commitment to innovation and excellence in embedded insurance orchestration,” said Quentin Colmant, CEO and Co-founder of Qover.
The automotive insurance program supports renowned automotive companies including Fisker, NIO, Volta Trucks, Lucid, Nito, Electricbrands, and NIU.
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