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Zurich Insurance Adopts Tinubu Square For Digital Transformation
Last update: 27/02/2018

KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 27 (Bernama) -- Tinubu Square, a software vendor and enabler of trade credit digital transformation, has won selection by Zurich Insurance Group, to deliver its Credit Insurance Suite (CIS).

Tinubu Square, in a statement said the award-winning Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solution would allow Zurich to manage and automate the full lifecycle of its products from commercial and risk underwriting to claims payments on a single cloud platform.

"True transformation of complex and costly operations and manual processes should result in the business being able to offer compelling customer engagement and service with more offers, more services and the best industry response times," said chief executive officer and founder of Tinubu Square, Jerome Peze

"To have our vision shared with the new addition of Zurich Insurance Group to our client list validates even more that the credit insurance industry is at the very forefront of digital transformation in insurance," he said.

With fully configurable portals supported by user-defined workflow, data and risk management solutions, Tinubu clients are able to deploy globally on a single credit risk insurance platform.

The platform is designed to support multi-region and locality market needs and practices.

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