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Nigeria: Heirs Insurance Group Introduces User-Friendly Website Experience

Heirs Insurance Group has unveiled a new website aimed at providing the most user-friendly insurance experience within the industry.

The website boasts features designed for simple navigation and personalizes the insurance experience for customers. It guides them through a brief journey, facilitating quick decisions on the optimal insurance plan to support both personal and business success. Additionally, customers can access proficient insurance advisors for further assistance.

According to the chief marketing officer, Heirs Insurance Group, Ifesinachi Okpagu, the website(www.heirsinsurancegroup.com) embodies the ethos of the brand: the delivery of simple, quick, and accessible insurance service that delights customers and brings the uninsured much closer to taking up insurance plans.

She said: “Today’s customers want simplicity and this new website delivers on that request, ensuring that people find the right insurance solutions for their needs in a few minutes.

We are empowering customers to take control of their lives, their businesses, assets, and their most cherished people.”

Since its inception, Heirs Insurance Group has led the charge in ushering in a new era of innovative insurance solutions. Through the introduction of several initiatives such as a user-friendly mobile app, USSD platform, intuitive chatbot named Prince, partnership portal Digital Experience Centre (InConnect), and others, the company has consistently pushed boundaries in enhancing customer experience and accessibility.

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