Travel insurer Ingle International has announced that it has expanded its application service platform to accommodate clients based in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. Plans for further expansion in China, Asia-Pacific, and Australia were also revealed by the company.
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Ingle’s Travel Navigator platform allows users to access their e-wallet insurance cards in the application, top up their insurance, and manage their travel, among other things. The platform can also be used by traveling international students to help plan their trips and easily contact assistance providers. Chaperones can use the platform to help track students, while administrators back at home can track chaperones in turn.
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The platform itself allows organizations to integrate their central service offerings, third-party groups, and back-office providers. The app can be configured to fit the needs of different organizations by enhancing functionality and member engagement.
“[The platform] unifies and showcases clients’ brands by integrating these services into one mobile experience,” a release explained.
“Travel Navigator provides clients with a future proof evolving platform to engage their end-consumers with context rich content and tools that drive brand loyalty and product differentiation,” said Ingle International vice-president of strategy Scott Howard. “To be relevant with consumers, products and services must have a mobile strategy; Travel Navigator simplifies client processes to deliver in mobile."
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