In the highly competitive European insurance marketplace, Paris-based Groupama Insurance Co. Ltd. has built a reputation on the personal touch and close relationships it develops and maintains with customers. However, the carrier, which has been in business for more than a century, needed more efficient ways to work with its growing roster of customers. For decades, Groupama relied on customer support and contacts provided through its network of agencies. As business grew, the carrier sought to better capture and provide information in a more consistent and automated fashion, while still retaining the important relationships that had been built between agents and customers.Through business growth and mergers, Groupama became a leading mutual insurance company in France, with eight million customers and annual revenue of close to 13 billion Euros. The company now has more than 26,000 employees across France alone, as well as an additional 4,000 across nine other countries.

Groupama provides personal health insurance to local authorities in France, and also provides auto and group life insurance.

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