Preparations for GDPR are now complete and as processes and procedures for good data practice should now be integrated into the working environments of all businesses, policy makers are now turning their attention to wider questions such as data ethics.
In a time of digital disruption, we know organisations are looking for partners they can trust and at The Floow, we see trust as a vital part of building successful long-term partnerships with our clients.
Telematics is a significant example of the IoT and at The Floow, we believe the proliferation of sensors allows us to collect valuable data providing us with information and insights to make a positive difference to the future of mobility.
In September 2017, The Floow opened our first office outside the UK in Detroit, Michigan and I’m proud to say I was asked to head up the North American operation. Eight months on, I look back at some of our achievements over that time.
The Floow took part in Vibrant Sheffield, a celebration of all the things that are exciting, varied and innovative about our city, and it was a very important reminder why Sheffield is where we have chosen to base our headquarters.
Having worked in Client Development since joining The Floow almost 4 years ago, I have gained considerable insight into what our clients in the insurance market want to see from a motor telematics proposition and what the key issues are when they are looking at investing in telematics for the future of their business.
Last week, I had the pleasure to be part of the team which launched The Floow’s latest product, FloowDrive, to the North American market at The Connected Vehicles Insurance and IOT Conference in Chicago.
As a brand producing solutions that are enabled by technology, it might make sense for The Floow to tie its colours to the mast of a ‘digital first’ strategy, but is that the right way to go for maximum impact?