AXA Mansard Unveils MyAXA Mobile App to Boost Services

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By Dipo Olowookere

In order to deliver seamless and quality services to its customers, AXA Mansard Insurance Plc, a member of the AXA Group and global leader in insurance and asset management, has launched a revolutionary mobile application in the Nigerian non-banking financial services industry called MyAXA mobile app.

The application is designed to bring real value to the life experiences of its users by providing a more convenient way to purchase and manage their AXA Mansard product plans.

 MyAXA app is a unique improvement from other apps as subscribers can carry out transactions, buy products and book hospital appointments whenever they want.

The app was designed for iPhone and Android devices and is available for free download on the App Store for IOS users and Play Store for Android users respectively.

Commenting on the new initiative, Chief Digital Officer at AXA Mansard, Mr Bayo Adesanya, stated that, “Mobile technology has changed the daily routine of millions of Nigerians by significantly influencing how they receive information.”

“The population of mobile phone users in the country keeps growing so organizations are increasingly leveraging on this trend by creating platforms where consumers manage their product plans on the go,” he added.

Mr Adesanya explained that, “MyAXA app enables subscribers to perform various activities which include purchase of insurance packages; real time claims initiation and tracking; locating hospitals and ordering prescription refills.”

Other possibilities on the app include making contribution to funds; liquidating investments as well as checking balances on Retirement Savings Accounts.

“The app is secure, all payment information is strictly confidential and global security standards have been employed to protect users’ information,” he added.

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