This new agreement provides Chubb with additional scalability. “We are proud to deepen and strengthen our successful long-term relationship with Chubb, which further confirms the technology and business value of our software platform, Chubb has been a valued partner over the years,” said Magnus Hultman, CEO of Safeture. “This is the biggest deal to date this year and proves that our significant investments in development, distribution and marketing are really paying off.” Technology company Safeture has announced a five-year contract renewal with Chubb, the world`s largest publicly traded property and casualty insurance company. The contract value is at least $2 million over the next five years. Safeture specializes in employee safety and risk management through its innovative service software platform. The business relationship between Chubb and Safeture began more than three years ago, when Chubb launched its Chubb Travel Smart App and risk portal, backed by Safeture. Chubb Travel Smart is a big hit in the business insurance market and an award-winning solution. Safeture, in collaboration with Chubb, has also developed e-learning for travel risks and additional multilingual support for its expanding global markets. For more information, visit www.safeture.com or contact:CEO Magnus Hultman: +46 706 00 81 66.
firstname.lastname@example.org Chubb is the world`s largest publicly traded property and casualty insurance company. With branches in 54 countries and territories, Chubb offers a wide range of customers commercial and personal property and casualty insurance, accident and supplemental insurance, reinsurance and life insurance. As an underwriting company, we take and manage risks with discernment and discipline. We reserve and pay our receivables in a timely manner. The company also stands out for its wide range of products and services, extensive distribution capabilities, exceptional financial capacity and local operations around the world. Parent company Chubb Limited is listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE: CB) and is part of the S&P 500 Index. . . .