SELISE has developed a new online portal for The Generali Group Switzerland, which rewards a safe home. If you buy a Smart Home device for prevention and purchase household insurance from Generali, you will receive a discount on that device.
The insurance company has launched an online portal where customers can purchase a wide range of smart home devices such as surveillance cameras and thermal detectors. Those who have opted for a device with preventive character combined with household insurance will benefit from more favorable conditions. Customers are advised on how to conduct a simple residential analysis and introduced to the world of smart multimedia hardware, which is still relatively new to the Swiss market.
Generali Schweiz has entered into a partnership with Nest and Media Markt for this project. Together, these companies have a combined expertise in smart home and insurance. It is essential that the insurer, in association with Google Nest and Media Markt, recommends suitable smart home hardware to customers and accompanies them through the purchase process until completion. Whoever buys smart home appliances with a preventive character and purchases or renews insurance from Generali will be rewarded with an attractive discount.
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According to Roger Stieger, Chief Marketing, Customer & Communications Officer of the Generali Group Switzerland, Smart Home is a growing customer need:
We are there for our customers in the event of a claim and our priority is to help them avoid damage. In the Smart-Home showroom we show solutions that make homes safer.
The new Smart Home portal was developed in collaboration with the Swiss-Asian ICT house, SELISE. Julian Weber, CEO of SELISE, is especially pleased with the innovative, cross-industry online portal developed for Generali:
Together with Generali, we have succeeded in introducing a cross-industry innovation project within a few weeks while maintaining the highest standards of user experience, IT security and legal regulations such as data protection.