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Indian tech firm enters Nigeria insurance sector

11 March 2016, 21:50

Lagos – An offering by a global technology solutions and services enabler is set to transform the local insurance industry.

The Indian-based company, 3i Infotech, has announced the successful implementation of their marquee product, Premia Insurance, Suite at FBN Insurance.

FBN Insurance, jointly owned by FBN Holdings Plc and Sanlam Emerging Markets, is one of the leading Life and General Insurance companies in the country.

“3i Infotech meets our expectations by consistently delivering system solutions customized for the Nigerian market whilst supporting our strategic objectives and exponential growth. Their ability to keep promises and deliver on time has turned them into our preferred IT partner,” said Johan Schalkwyk, Chief Operations Officer at FBN Insurance.

Also read: Companies partner to provide insurance to locals

Rakesh Doshi, Global Delivery Head at 3i Infotech, welcomed the partnership with FBN Insurance.

“We are thankful to FBN Insurance for choosing the entire Premia™ Insurance Suite. 3i Infotech is committed to working as a strategic partner in the growth of business with FBN Insurance,” said Doshi.

Looking ahead to 2016, he said 3i Infotech was poised to sustain its current successes and leverage opportunities in the Nigeria and other African Insurance market with its Premia™ Insurance Suite.

The company enjoys a major market share in the East and West Africa Insurance space.




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