|[July 24, 2014]
Fireman's Fund Insurance Company Launches New Website
NOVATO, Calif. --(Business Wire)--
Fireman's Fund Insurance Company has transfigured its website into a
customer-centric, industry-leading site.
"Our customers are comprised of agents and brokers, businesses,
individuals and families who will appreciate the innovative online
experience," said Robyn Hahn, chief marketing officer of Fireman's Fund.
"The new site is intuitive and organized for easy navigation."
features an intuitive interface and is organized to put the right
information at the customer's fingertips including:
Easy to use interface with a dedicated agent and broker section
Product information and resources in one centralized location
Dynamic content to help manage risks and loss prevention
State-of-the-art catastrophe support center
Rich history and philanthropic support of fire services
Agents and brokers, businesses, individuals and families are al
welcomed to the website with the same message from Fireman's Fund,
"There when it matters most . . . protecting the future for individuals,
families and businesses since 1863." Web technology has changed, but the
message remains the same.
The site is well integrated with Fireman's Fund's distribution strategy,
helping visitors connect with a local independent agent.
About Fireman's Fund Insurance Company
in 1863, Fireman's Fund Insurance Company recently celebrated its 150th
anniversary as a premier property and casualty insurance company
providing personal and commercial insurance products backed by
industry-leading claims and risk management solutions. Fireman's Fund is
a leader in high net worth, entertainment, and business insurance. Since
2004, the company has donated more than $31 million in grants to local
fire departments across the U.S. as part of its commitment to safer
communities. Fireman's Fund is a member of the Allianz Group, one of the
world's largest providers of property and casualty insurance, ranked
31st on Fortune's
Global 500 list of the world's largest corporations. For additional
information, visit www.firemansfund.com.
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