UK push for tech exports features telematics specialists


Delegates on the tour, which include UK business giants Aviva, Airbus UK, Balfour Beatty and JCB, have flown to Indonesia to start the first leg of their tour.

The Floow is an independent company operating from its base in Sheffield and supports major global Insurers, including Direct Line Group, RSA, AIG, AAA and Liberty Mutual, using device-agnostic predictive analytics and digital end-user services.

Founder and CEO, Aldo Monteforte, said the multi-stop tour is an “incredible opportunity to build links with both private and public sector guests in each location” with a view to “complementing” the company’s existing client base and recent expansion in the strategically crucial Chinese market.

Over the coming days the delegates will visit Indonesia, Singapore, Vietnam and Malaysia as part the UK government’s efforts to accelerate the growing exports of financial technology sector.

Commenting on the trip Monteforte said: “Through data – contextually enriched after capture from any telematics sensing device – our team delivers scores with demonstrably superior predictive power, advancing the insurance industry’s risk management frontier. “Also because of these developments the UK is now seen as a leading global force in telematics data management, and this trip provides the opportunity to showcase the benefits of our technology to the growing South East Asian market.”

During the trip Mr Monteforte will also join with the Northern Powerhouse delegation who are part of an official visit to Singapore and Malaysia at an event led by Sajid Javid MP, Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills, and attended by around 500 guests from across the Singaporean business community.

Don’t miss Insurance Telematics USA 2015 this September 2-3.

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