How to Build a Car Insurance App: Our Use Cases

  • A user profile that contains data about the client and vehicle;
  • Documentation processing, including access, reviewing, and filtering;
  • Claims processing through mobile gadgets to reduce paperwork;
  • In-app payments, including user credit cards saving and personal data protection;
  • Vehicle data processing — your app can collect car location data, build the route, and track it;
  • Roadside assistance — urgent advice, emergency calls from the app;
  • Live chat and (or) intellectual chatbot;
  • Notifications about the policy’s termination, discounts, new terms, or claim status; and
  • Multilingual and 24/7 user support.
  • Hire a development team and turn your abstract idea into a precise shape — define written requirements and the list of features for MVP and full-fledged app;
  • Define user interface and user experience (UI/UX) design— navigation, menus, item layout, color, and graphic aspects;
  • Select technologies to implement all the features, then create an MVP and final app;
  • After developing an MVP with all improvements, it has to be thoroughly tested and delivered; and
  • Place the product in mobile app stores, then continue to monitor it, supporting customers and regularly updating the system.



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