In a bid to further demonstrate its positioning as an innovative life insurance company, African Alliance, Nigeria’s foremost insurance company, has unveiled a new interactive website that boasts of personalized features and ease of transaction.

Hosted on its former web link,, the website especially boasts a feature that allows visitors to the page to instantly calculate their premiums and adjust the value to suit their goals. Among other notable features is a portal for customers to view their life insurance policies on a single page, an instant connection to pay for premiums in seconds and a simple Question & Answer feature that advises customers of the right premium to suit the current stage of their lives.

Speaking on the website, CEO, African Alliance Plc, Mrs. Funmi Omo said: “This is one of the ways African Alliance is committed to protecting the lives of every Nigerian as our purpose outlines. We believe everyone deserves the best quality of life and this begins with the choice they make in everything they do, especially in the choice of the life insurance policy they decide to take. As more people embrace technology, we are also upgrading all processes to deliver an omnichannel delightful customer experience to our customers”.

Following rigorous strategy sessions, the company has begun to roll out new initiatives ahead of its 2019 plan to strengthen the company’s position as one focused on advancement and delivering exceptional value to all stakeholders. Most recently, it announced the relocation of its headquarters from its former Marina location to a high-rise building in the heart of Ikoyi on Awolowo street. The move was predicated on the need to guarantee easy access to the company’s headquarters.

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