Sep 11, 2020

RENOMIA chooses elevup to design and develop their new mobile application HELP+ASSIST

RENOMIA chooses elevup to design and develop their new mobile application HELP+ASSIST

The company is a new addition to elevup’s list of clients in the FinTech and InsurTech industry.

By having knowledge of the sector and all the technical know-how needed to come up with the best ideas and deliverables stemming from gaps and drawbacks in the field, elevup is the most suitable supplier for the client.

Elevup will design and develop a unique application helping companies reduce costs associated with insurance claims of drivers of company vehicles. The application will launch already in November this year.

“We are honoured to start working for RENOMIA, such a renowned company that achieved an extraordinary status, not only in the Czech Republic,” says Daniel Jay Lett, elevup’s CEO. “While we are starting to develop the mobile application HELP+ASSIST, we already know that more projects will soon follow. Already we are in the middle of discussing new opportunities with our counterparts from RENOMIA.”

RENOMIA - is an international company that provides insurance services, risk management, digital client services, and other related services. The company has branches in eleven European countries and, through its partners, operates all over the world. The group of specialized companies that make up the RENOMIA GROUP provides its clients with professional services in various fields, including automotive, IT and telecommunications, aviation, medical, real estate, agriculture, engineering, and more.


elevup

Since its foundation in 2018, elevup has delivered advanced software solutions to successful startups and renowned companies and continues to do so today. The Prague-based company develops scalable and tailor-made software products that users love to the complete satisfaction of their numerous clients. The company employs only carefully chosen senior IT professionals, experts in their fields, who guarantee the company’s first-rate deliverables.