Revolutionize your policyholders' experience when making a claim, speed up your claims handling and compensation.
Make claim reporting a simple, fast and fun digital experience
Your insured person fills out a claim form in which you ask him/her for the information relevant to his/her claim.
Your insured becomes a real paparazzi and the pictures are of impeccable quality!
Everything is simple and fun.
This claim file contains all the information necessary to compensate the insured.
Depending on your schedule, choose the niche that suits you.
On the basis of your repairer network, we create a white-label map that allows you to choose the repairers in your vicinity.
With or without the photo, simplify the declaration and the choice of the repairer.
White label, containing the steps and repairers of your choice
The application or our web app is totally flexible and can be perfectly integrated into your existing solutions.
Consolidate your data and offer more system functions
Launch your WeProov models from your own app, for a completely personalized and equally secured experience
Create your own app by using WeProov's technology
"Our policyholder's experience is fast and secure."
Françoise Pallu, Claims Manager
at Natixis Assurances
After 5 years spent in the automotive aftermarket, notably on various digitalisation projects, I have been working at WeProov for 3 years now as Head of the Automotive Division.
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Artificial intelligence is a concept that arouses a lot of fantasy. It is already a part of our daily lives and increasingly so in the automotive sector. Even if the fully autonomous car has not yet arrived on the market, the share of AI is tending to progress and is making its way into the environment of all professions.
It should be noted that the automotive market has been one of the hardest hit sectors, and we can even speak of a historic drop in sales, since the delivery of new vehicles fell by 72.2% in March and 88.8% in April 2020.