Loyalty Insurance Prepared To Reward Clients Using A Digital Platform
Loyalty Insurance Company Limited, a non-life insurance company wholly owned by Frimps Oil Company Limited, has introduced a digital payment and reward system for the benefit of its customers and intermediaries. Frimps Oil is one of the leading Oil Marketing Companies (OMCs) in the country with over seventy (70) service stations and commands a lot of respect and prestige in the Oil and Gas sector of the economy.
The Loyalty Insurance digital platform is a customer relationship management and loyalty reward system that features an instant digital reward scheme through an enjoyable and time-sensitive virtual platform to interact and build brand affinity.
Loyalty Insurance focuses on using the digital reward platform to reward and incentivize insureds and intermediaries such as brokers and agents anytime they place Motor Insurance with the company. The reward component of the platform seeks to leverage on the company’s promotions in rewarding digital fuel coupons with an alternative to change the digital fuel coupons into mobile money or airtime. One can also build funds in an online wallet which can be redeemed anytime. Furthermore, this innovative digital reward system ensures that the rate of redemption does not expire even when the promo ends since digital fuel coupons can be changed into mobile money or airtime.
The Managing Director of Loyalty Insurance, Mr Ernest Frimpong, showed that the digital payment and reward system is the first of its kind digital platform in the Insurance Industry. He added that the platform gives a seamless payment and reward system that seeks to delight the cherished and loyal clients and intermediaries of Loyalty Insurance. He noted that the digital platform is required to create convenience for its customers, brokers and agents in the midst of heightened competition in the Ghana Insurance Market. “The digital system is an innovative customer and intermediary digital reward system that affords people the opportunity to track their rewards’ progress and take advantage of exciting loyalty perks. With this program, we aim at increasing market share and improving stakeholders’ satisfaction”, he stated.
Loyalty Insurance currently has offices in Accra, Tema, Kasoa, Kumasi, Nkawkaw, Techiman, Asamankese, as well as all DVLA offices and Frimps Oil services stations in the country. The company continues to extend its branches and agency offices across the country.
Other subsidiaries of Frimps Oil include Eagle Petroleum, Eagle Transport, and K2Holdings. Loyalty Insurance, therefore, enjoys its financial strength and capacity from its parent company.