With the help of i-ViSS, the customer can asses and adjudicate the loss through video streaming of his vehicle, undertake documentation, get instant cost approval and receive a quick payment from the insurer for motor insurance claims of up to Rs 50,000, a release issued here said.
"With i-ViSS, we aim to make the best use of these mediums to empower our customers by simplifying the claims process and reducing the overall turnaround time in motor claim settlement," FGLI managing director and CEO K G Krishnamoorthy Rao said. ***************** MCX, CITI ink MoU to strengthen textile value chain *
Multi Commodity Exchange of India (MCX) and Confederation of Indian Textile Industry (CITI) today signed an agreement to strengthen textile value chain participants and to create awareness about cotton price risk management.
Under the memorandum of understanding (MoU), MCX and CITI will jointly organise awareness events for cotton value chain participants including farmers.
Through joint representation to ministries and regulators, both will work together for further development of the sector, among others. ******************* Oman simplifies its visa on arrival *
To simplify its visa on arrival procedure Sultanate of Oman has made the process fully electronic its alignment with modern technology.
The migration to electronic visas is due to its simplicity and effectiveness, its alignment with modern technology and is in line with the e-government project of the Sultanate, a release issued here said.
The system will be effective from effective March 21. ************************** Treebo Hotels files four patents for its quality control tech *
Treebo Hotels today revealed that it has filed four patents in India and US to seek IP protection for its proprietary Quality Management System, called 'Prowl'.
The methods and systems used in Prowl, which the company has filed the patents for, allow Treebo to measure, monitor, and control quality across its vast and distributed network of almost 400 franchisee hotels, across 70+ cities.
"With Prowl, for the first time ever, we have made quality granular, measurable, and actionable. We break down a guest's experience at a hotel into thousands of touch-points. Then with our unique algorithms we convert these touch-points into data-points for analysis and control, thereby effectively 'quantifying quality," Treebo Hotels co-founder Kadam Jeet Jain said.
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