Policybazaar.com - Multilingual Interface
Policybazaar.com - Multilingual Interface

Policybazaar launches multilingual interface for two-wheeler insurance platform

ANI | Updated: Aug 02, 2018 14:55 IST

New Delhi [India], Aug 2 (NewsVoir): Policybazaar.com, India's leading insurtech brand and largest insurance marketplace, has launched a new multilingual interface designed to help two-wheeler users in the tier-II and tier-III cities to research and buy online in their native language.
Policybazaar's two-wheeler platform is now available in six major regional languages - Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam and Bengali.
According to industry estimates, nearly 50 per cent of two-wheeler owners in India reside in the regions where these languages are commonly spoken. Through this initiative, Policybazaar.com plans to invest in building a strong diversified user interface that taps into this large target audience, who has high preference to browse in their native language.
A recent KPMG-Google study has found that the internet using native speakers of an Indian language, consider local language content more trustworthy than English content. The study predicts that by 2021, Hindi language internet users will be 38 per cent of the total users browsing online in India and native language browsing will significantly grow.
"For any owner of a two-wheeler, to safeguard its vehicle, it's very important to know what kind of insurance are they buying, which we feel will become a lot easier to understand while reading in their native language. This multilingual initiative will not only make motor insurance literature easy to consume for people who are native speakers of an Indian language, but it will also help us penetrate a market where two-wheeler insurance lapses after the first year of purchase, are a big issue," Tarun Mathur, Chief Business Officer - General Insurance, Policybazaar.com.
In the initial phase, the company will be offering multilingual option for its desktop and mobile website users only. (NewsVoir)

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