ERB Insurance Services AEMA partners with Diastasys

ERB Insurance Services AEMA partners with Diastasys

Insurer will adopt Navins solution in order to digitally transform its business

Richard Humphreys |

ERB Insurance Services AEMA in Greece is to implement the Navins solution from Microsoft partner Diastasys. The implementation will help the insurer to digitally transform its business.

Navins is built on Microsoft Dynamics technology and allows windows, web, mobile and tablet access as well as flexible deployment options on cloud or on premise, an embedded broker portal and real time web service integrations to external systems.

Spyros Trapezontas, general manager of ERB Insurance Services AEMA, said: “ERB Insurance Services AEMA invests in a core insurance state of the art end to end system, that will follow continuously the IT trends. Our investment will provide considerable flexibility to users by significantly improving the operational efficiency and the quantity and quality of information available. Our main objective, of course, is to deliver an upgraded experience to our customers and partners, which will be supported by modern communication methods and will be accessible from multiple devices. Microsoft technology in conjunction with the business and technical expertise of Diastasys is a guarantee of our success.”

Alexandros Arvanitou, CEO of Diastasys added: “Navins, through eight years of continuous development and success in the market, has been certified twice as a ‘Certified for Microsoft Dynamics’ solution, which is the highest level of accreditation from Microsoft for partner developed solutions. Having gained the trust of more than 5,000 users in Greece and abroad and integrating innovative technologies for the insurance industry, Navins has proven to be one of the most important digital transformation tools for every modern and successful insurance organisation."


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