Aon gains insurtech tech assets.

March 13, 2024
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– Aon has acquired the technology assets of Humn.AI, an insurtech that went into administration in December 2023.

– The acquisition will strengthen Aon’s commercial fleet proposition and provide data-driven insights to fleet and mobility clients.

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Aon has acquired the technology assets and intellectual property of Humn.AI, an insurtech that went into administration in December 2023. Humn.AI, based in London, produces real-time and data-driven fleet insurance using its artificial intelligence (AI) platform to provide actionable insights based on driver, vehicle, and contextual data for traditional and sharing economy fleets.

The acquisition by Aon is aimed at helping fleet and mobility clients make better decisions to reduce accidents and lower the total cost of risk. Aon plans to expand the reach of this technology to launch a comprehensive risk analytics suite that will deliver personalized data-driven insights for portfolios, fleets, and drivers.

Jillian Slyfield, Chief Innovation Officer at Aon, emphasized the importance of data-driven insights for fleet and mobility clients in informing their risk and business strategies. Curtis Scott, Executive Vice President of Future Mobility and Digital Economy at Aon, highlighted that data-driven insights and tailored risk transfer options are essential for fleet and mobility business models to unlock their full potential.

This acquisition is part of Aon’s ongoing investment in technology to build innovative offerings that address evolving client needs and drive growth and performance in the fleet and mobility sectors.

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