Zurich launches new mobile app

Zurich Financial Services has launched a new mobile app off the back of beta testing with a panel of advisers.

Zurich Financial Services Australia Limited has upgraded its mobile app offering for financial advisers.

The company announced that it had launched a successor product to its LifeXpress mobile app, with the launch of ZLife mobile.

Zurich said the new app was designed to provide advisers with easy, quick, secure access to clients’ life insurance information and came equipped with push notification capability making detailed, up to date client information available to advisers, allowing them to deliver higher levels of service ‘on the go’.

Commenting on the new app, Zurich Life and Investments head of digital, Marc Fabris said ZLife Mobile app included market leading functionality, developed after extensive beta testing with a panel of advisers.

He said that in addition to push notifications which could be personalised to suit advisers’ individual needs, advisers could also tag VIP clients, and view upcoming renewals, pending lapses and cancellations, and changes in client details.

 

 

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