InsurTech Futures: Das sets up Amazon Alexa service

Amazon Echo

Legal expenses insurer says it wants to get brokers involved to help create versions of the new technology.

Das is to educate customers and brokers about legal expenses insurance via the Amazon Echo device.

The business said its customers and the general public will be able to ask Alexa, Amazon’s virtual personal assistant, a variety of questions about legal expenses insurance.

Das, which claimed it was the world’s first legal expenses insurer to do this, added that people could also ask questions about a range of common legal issues including disputes with neighbours, employment tribunals and

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