The British Insurance Brokers’ Association (BIBA) is pleased to welcome Samsara as an Associate.
Samsara provides an integrated telematic and AI dashcam solution that enables companies that depend on transportation and logistics operations to capture Internet of Things data that can provide valuable business insights and optimise operational processes. More specifically, drivers can be better protected, insurance claims can be reduced, and fuel efficiency can be improved, all through digitising their operations.
Insurance partners work with Samsara to offer preferred pricing to their policyholders, encouraging behaviour that will help improve industry safety standards. They also leverage Samsara data for more accurate risk assessments and building safety programs.
Jack Burton, Samsara’s Insurance Partner Account Manager, commented: “We’re pleased to become a BIBA Associate and work with the insurance broking community in the UK to improve claims and risk management process for commercial motor fleet risks.
“Telematics and AI dashcams are hugely exciting areas of innovation in commercial insurance and Samsara has a market leading proposition for brokers and their clients.”
We look forward to working with Samsara and BIBA members can find out more about the business at www.samsara.com/uk.
Samsara is the pioneer of the Connected Operations Cloud, which allows businesses that depend on physical operations to harness IoT (Internet of Things) data to develop actionable business insights and improve their operations. Samsara operates in North America and Europe and serves tens of thousands of customers across a wide range of industries including transportation, wholesale and retail trade, construction, field services, logistics, utilities and energy, government, healthcare and education, manufacturing, and food and beverage. The company’s mission is to increase the safety, efficiency, and sustainability of the operations that power the global economy.
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