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Star Health updates agents' portal

Press Trust of India  |  Mumbai 

Star Health and Allied Insurance Company has updated its agents' portal which will allow them to solicit policies instantly.

In the new portal, once the agents have logged in, and selected the health policy best suited for the customer, a proposal form is generated and sent to the customer by email, the company said in a release issued here today.

"We have over 1.60 agents across the country and these agents would normally have to travel between their office and the client's place a couple of times to complete the formalities in selling a policy," Star Health and Allied Insurance Joint Executive Director Anand Roy said.

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Over 1,000 Ongo Enabled TABCab Taxis in Mumbai powered by Visa * mVisa, a Quick Response (QR) code-based mobile solution by Visa, today said it will now support payments to over 1,000 TABCab taxis powered by Ongo.

The announcement marks the expansion of mVisa to a new category (taxi), the company said in a release issued here.

Powered by India Transact Services (ITSL), a fully owned subsidiary of AGS Transact Technologies, the Ongo app was launched in September 2015 to enable mobile-based P2M (Person to Merchant) transactions for auto rickshaws and taxis in Mumbai.

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Work Better Training launches executive coaching app * Executive education company Work Better Training has launched a coaching app called myCoach.

The app was developed to provide professionals with their very own personalized coach. Users would receive daily micro- learning inputs that come in a mix of formats such as professional tips, learning reminders and motivational guidance.

"myCoach helps professionals build of their skills, enhances their potential and makes them better professionals," Work Better Training CEO Swapnil Kamat said.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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First Published: Wed, November 30 2016. 20:42 IST
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