Kurnia launches mobile app


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By TAN KIT HOONG bytz@thestar.com.my

Kurnia Insurans has launched Kurnia One Touch, which is a mobile application that gives Kurnia insurance policyholders access to a variety of services on their smartphones.

The app can store the user’s name and insurance information and, in the case of a road accident, locate the user via the mobile device’s built in GPS hardware. Once located, assistance can be sent to the user at his/her location.

The app also allows users to take photos, collect a list of witnesses and enter details of third parties involved in the accident for easier processing of the insurance claim.

Users can also locate Kurnia branches and approved workshops available to repair their vehicle. Development of the application began in June with an investment of about RM70,000 and took about four months to complete, the company said.

This is the second application developed by Kurnia, the first being the Kurnia Mobile app for insurance agents.

The Kurnia One Touch is free for iPhone, Android and BlackBerry devices and can be downloaded from the respective app stores of those platforms.

++++ www.kurnia.com.my

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