Van Ameyde Signs Partnership Agreement with Symbility Solutions
July 14, 2014
Van Ameyde, a Netherlands-based company based outsourcing organization serving many insurance providers and motor fleet managers, has recently inked new strategic partnership with Symbility Solutions Inc., to distribute and implement Symbility's cloud-based technology across Europe.
Van Ameyde’s expertise lies in providing consulting and outsourcing insurance services, and now, with the new agreement, the company is all set to work as a value-added reseller of Symbility's product suite, with initial deployment emphasized primarily on companies located in Northern Europe, the Benelux countries and Southern Europe.
“We are very excited to enter into a strategic partnership with Symbility Solutions," commented Piet Midelkoop, CEO, Van Ameyde.
Midelkoop pointed out that Symbility's cloud-based product suite is the most advanced solution in the market today, and is very suitable to meet the demands and requirements of the European insurance market. This solution offers required flexibility to enable its clients to adapt to the company’s offering.
Symbility is intensifying its penetration in the German insurance industry with five insurance carriers currently, and the first three members of the supply chain currently using its cloud-based estimating platform.
With the new partnership, Symbility can now offer its claims processing platform to clients as part of Van Ameyde’s web-based claims solutions. Also, Symbility's products from now on will be Van Ameyde's customized Business Process Outsourcing solutions that are helpful in handling operations, and classifying opportunities to augment performance.
"The partnership with Van Ameyde, an established and reputable value-added reseller operating around Europe and other parts of the world, is yet another testimony to Symbility's growing presence within the European insurance market," said James Swayze, CEO, Symbility Solutions.
Swayze said that with the aid of Van Ameyde's firm customer base in more than 15 countries across Europe, they will be able to further expand their footprint throughout this important territory, and closely target all sectors of the European insurance market.
Edited by Adam Brandt