Liberty launches Business-in-a Box

26th October 2017
TALKING INNOVATION: Liberty Life Botswana team as it lauched Business-in-a Box. Source:The Midweek Sun


By Portia Nkani - Reporter

Liberty Life Botswana this week launched an exciting reveal, ‘Business-in-a Box’ which is a web enabling system used by agents to capture clients’ information to the system. Business in a Box, a ‘plug and play’ offers a complete suite of services especially useful in peri-urban areas, comprising of a laptop and other data capturing tools such as scanners for bank statements, pay slips, Identity Cards, biometric scanner and a printer amongst other components.

It provides everything on the spot so there’s no need to go to the office. As part of Liberty’s 2020 Strategy, the company strives to be a market leader in technology by continuing to launch more innovative, market leading insurance products, and increasing the quality and quantity of its omni-channel touch-points. Speaking at the launch this Tuesday morning, Liberty’s Head of Business Development, Kgomotso Disele said, “the main aim is to offer financial inclusion as one of the main objectives; being able to go to remote areas and offer insurance solutions to normal Motswana.

“We do not want to be constrained to reach out to our clientele. The other key component of this service is to offer prompt service- we do not want to compromise our services. We are committed to providing instant service.”

This will also help bridge the gap of education among Liberty’s clients, as it brings the advantages of knowing how to process a claim, the terms and conditions of the product. Bank of Botswana together with the regulator NBFIRA and other financial regulatory bodies, have put out a massive call to corporates to play a bigger role in financial literacy to reduce household debt, and to all play their part in protecting the sustainability and stability of the national financial system. Liberty, which currently has only 45 agents has secured two of the Business-in-a-Box kit and is aiming to increase to five atleast by the year 2018.

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