Wunelli selects Vodafone for insurance telematics services

Wunelli, a LexisNexis Risk Solutions company, has selected Vodafone – a leader in connected car services, as one of its chosen suppliers for insurance telematics products.

Wunelli, a provider in global telematics solutions, provides a complete end-to-end telematics solution to enable insurers and brokers to offer telematics-based motor insurance products.

With predictions that by 2020 nearly 100 million vehicles globally will be insured with telematics policies and nearly 50% of the world’s vehicles by 2030, the demand for hard-wired telematics devices is evident. As an appointed provider for the supply of highly reliable telematics units and mission critical data, Vodafone will play an important role in the telematics offering from Wunelli. Vodafone will assist Wunelli in providing insurers with an expanding choice of data collection methods, working closely with the leading suppliers for each field.

Nico Gollwitzer, CEO, Vodafone Automotive
Nico Gollwitzer, CEO, Vodafone Automotive

“We are very pleased to announce Vodafone as one of our chosen suppliers of telematics units and essential vehicle information. Data quality and integrity is obviously central to any telematics proposition and Vodafone’s expertise in the connected car space including design and manufacture of high performance telematics products will support the delivery of the high quality we demand.” explained Selim Cavanagh, vice president of Telematics, Wunelli.

Nico Gollwitzer, CEO Vodafone Automotive, added “We are very excited to be working with Wunelli and look forward to playing a key part in their continued growth, supporting insurers and brokers across the UK”.

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