Tokio Marine and Nichido Fire Insurance Company is set to deploy interactive video technology to prepare Japanese homeowners for natural disasters, the carrier announced today.
Pitney Bowes’ EngageOne Video platform will deliver information on how homeowners can prepare for typhoons and severe storms, details of individual policies and contact information for agents in case of emergency. All EngageOne videos can be streamed on mobile, computer or tablet, the companies said.
The offering "marries video with advanced technology, multiple data sources and either on-premise or cloud-based delivery to achieve real-time rendering," according to Terry Frazier, research director of document solutions at technology-research firm IDC.
“The end result is a powerful customer engagement vehicle with a strong value proposition,” he added.
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