VisionTrack, the leading global provider of AI video telematics and connected fleet data solutions, was a winner at the National Insurance Awards. The company was successful in the InsurTech Award (Motor/Fleet) for its industry-leading IoT platform, Autonomise.ai, which is helping to revolutionise the claims management process, dramatically increase claims handling efficiency and reduce associated costs.
The winners of the 2022 National Insurance Awards were announced at a prestigious awards ceremony at the London Marriott Hotel, Grosvenor Square, that was attended by 350 industry professionals. The event was hosted by comedian Zoe Lyons and celebrated the very best in general insurance provision and management. A total of 31 awards were presented to companies and teams that demonstrated excellence in their field – from the delivery of specialist brokerage services to the best in HNW insurance provision.
VisionTrack is transforming how insurance businesses support their fleet customers by continually evolving Autonomise.ai. Using increasingly sophisticated AI technologies, the company is automating management processes, data analysis and incident detection. As a result, VisionTrack is now partner of choice for 21 insurance businesses and has more than 75,000 connected video-enabled devices to Autonomise.ai.
Richard Kent, Sales Director of VisionTrack commented: “We are continually pushing the boundaries of what is possible to meet the precise needs of customers and help make the road network a better and safer place. The IoT platform is powering change by ensuring we have the technology in place to dramatically mitigate risk, improve road safety, cut claims costs, and eliminate insurance fraud. We are absolutely delighted with this latest award win, which is amazing recognition for everyone involved in the business.”
The National Insurance Awards are supported by the Chartered Insurance Institute and showcase excellence in the general insurance industry. The awards are organised in association with Insurance Today and in partnership with Continuity Risk and Insurance magazine.