UnityKapital Assurance Plc has launched a series of user-friendly electronic payment channels. These channels are operational 24/7 and offer brokers and clients the ability to purchase their insurance policies on the go, or from the comfort of their offices and homes.
Managing Director/CEO of the company, Mr. Olatunji Oluyemi informed that the company has a highly computerized work environment with all its branches online and that this enables a timely dissemination of information to clients on any risk assumed.
The company’s decision to invest heavily on computerization is part of its corporate strategy of enhancing the customer experience and take advantage of the opportunities made available by technology as a service enhancement tool.
Brokers, agents and the general insuring public are able to purchase UnityKapital insurances at any time through any of the interactive channels such as Web Pay Direct; whereby once logged into the portal – ebusiness.unitykapital.com – payment can be made using any mastercard or verve debit card.
Bank Pay Direct; where payment can be made at any Nigerian bank with the Interswitch platform, and finally through QuickTeller via free download of the Quickteller Mobile App through the Google Play and Apple Store, or directly through the QuickTeller link at www.quickteller.com/unitykapital.
Commenting on the UnityKapital Mobile App, the chief technology officer, Mr. Gerald Mirilla explained that the “Mobile App is a self-service insurance product that allows the company’s existing and prospective customers to purchase and manage their insurance policies from their smart phones”. Using the application customers can buy and manage their third party insurance policies, submit and track claims and receive their insurance certificates and policy documents online, he added.
UnityKapital Assurance Plc is a general insurance firm underwriting risks in motor, aviation, oil and gas, engineering, general accident and miscellaneous insurances.
It is one of the most capitalized insurance companies in Nigeria certified by the insurance regulator with total asset base of N10.7 billion, shareholders fund of N9.3 billion and the impressive solvency margin of N9.3 billion.