TORONTO, Feb. 28, 2017 /CNW/ - Mobile integration hub Travel Navigator™, by Ingle International, released its secondversion to the public last week with a new user experience and refreshed material design. The recent version was developed by Ingle's in-house technology and design teams to support easier integration of third party services and to meet ever-changing
"Travel Navigator's robust platform is a great way for consumers to get mobile fast," says Pearce Nemeth, Research and Product Analyst. "It also makes it easier for us to give clients a white labelled experience at a faster rate," adds Scott Howard, Vice-President of Corporate Strategy.
Utilized in Europe, the Middle-East and African markets (EMEA), as well as in Canada, Travel Navigator™ serves hundreds of thousands of travelling members and users worldwide. This includes policy holders of property and casualty insurance company, Chubb. Travel Navigator™ also powers duty of care programs in international education, as part of Ingle International's leading student travel insurance offerings.
Ingle International Inc.
Ingle International connects a diverse group of individuals and businesses with the customized insurance products, services, and information they need for safe and healthy travels. Innovating and marketing travel insurance products to individuals, affinity groups, rewards programs, and organizations, Ingle International delivers superior customer care with highly trained, multilingual staff serving the needs of travellers going anywhere in the world. Our expertise includes coverage for international students, expats, athletes, those at risk of kidnap and ransom, travellers entering war zones or other high-risk destinations, and all types of adventure.
Travel Navigator™, provides mobile applications, for global travelers, offering all-in- one platforms for medical, security, and travel resources.
SOURCE Ingle International Inc.
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