Jun 14, 2023
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B2B Insurance Company Goes B2C With A Web App

B2B Insurance Company Goes B2C With A Web App

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Service categories
Service Lines
Mobile Development
Domain focus
Banking & Financial Services


Accessible platform The customer needed their selling platform to be accessible and simple to B2C customers. Ideally, the platform would not require registration and be optimized for mobile phones. It would also have convenient payment options so customers could easily interact and purchase everything through the Internet. System security Unlike traditional sales channels, doing business online carries with it the risk of having customer data stolen through various means. As there would be huge amounts of information going through the sales platform, security must be up to standard to protect private customer information from prying eyes. Ensuring each transaction happens securely is the premier priority in developing the sales platform.


The insurance web-app, developed by the client and partners, aims to increase market share and sales of non-life insurance products. The app uses customer lists for information and data during sign-up, reducing onboarding time for first-time users. The app can be embedded into partners' websites and apps, making it easier for users to sign up. The sales platform is built on Amazon Web Services, a computing service with over 200 products and services, providing both basic and paid data security. The platform is designed for easy access on computers and phones, with a focus on smartphone accessibility. Multiple payment gateways are integrated within the app, ensuring seamless payment for the client's products.


The online selling channel and mobile app were fully implemented, with every function that the client asked for and more – Rikkeisoft was asked to continue working on updates for the app post-release to further perfect it. The client was pleased with how fast the developers understood the assignment and will not hesitate to work with Rikkeisoft again should the opportunity arise.