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Knowledgeprice.com and Ninety’s IT solution for Zurich Insurance receives the prestigious British Insurance Times Tech & Innovation Award07.10.2016
Information technology (IT) company Knowledgeprice.com, known for outsourcing services to foreign financial and insurance companies, in partnership with Ninety, the agile digital transformation specialist in the UK, has developed a solution for Switzerland’s largest insurer Zurich Insurance that has given it the treasured first-place win in the “Best Use of Technology to Improve Customer Experience” category at one of the most prominent insurance sector award ceremonies held in Britain.
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