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MOMENTUM Short-term Insurance has launched a number of significant changes and enhancements to its commercial product, as well as convenient mobile smartphone apps for brokers and clients.

Momentum Short-term Insurance CEO, Brand Pretorius, said the mobile apps and commercial product modifications are being launched to brokers via roadshows in nine cities around the country over the next three weeks.

“The intention is to equip them with as much information as possible and ensure an in-depth understanding of the new offerings.”

The Momentum Short-term Insurance mobile apps can easily be downloaded for Apple via the App Store or Android on Google Play.

Momentum is a division of MMI Group Limited – a unit of MMI Holdings. MMI Holdings, a JSE-listed company, was formed as a result of the merger between Metropolitan and Momentum Group in 2010. It is South Africa’s third-largest life insurance group, with a 122-year underwriting history.

The company said my Quick Vehicle Quotes broker app allows brokers to get quick quotes for clients while on the move. Brokers can scan in client’s driver’s licences and vehicle licence discs to ensure accurate data is obtained with minimal effort. There is also an option to manually enter client details.

The group said the apps will allow clients to easily register vehicle claims, in particular, enabling them to utilise the scanning functionality to accurately capture other party details. The app will guide the client through the necessary steps to gather all the relevant information, such as witness details and photos.

The app also contains numerous features aimed at enhancing the personal safety of clients.

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