The three-year agreement, reportedly worth over €1 million, will see the ‘French, worldwide leader in insurance, with more than 145,000 employees and a turnover for last year of €102 billion’ work with Safeture to improve its travel risk offering.
Under the new arrangement, Safeture will provide access to its digital risk management platform, which it says will be a ‘vital part of a premium offering, including e-learning, travel risk management, and 24/7 assistance’.
All new customers and clients of the unnamed insurer will henceforth be added to the new Safeture solution, while all existing ones will be transferred over the coming year.
“The agreement is a landmark and consolidates Safeture’s position as a leading provider of digital services to strong partners that provide security for employees no matter where they are during working hours – at home, in the office, or when travelling,” said Magnus Hultman, CEO of Safeture.
Risk management solutions company Healix recently announced the introduction of mental health services to support its clients’ employees when they travel for business.