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Misr life ins. spent EGP 500m on digital transformation

Tuesday, 04 13 2021, Category: Insurance and Reinsurance, Country: Egypt
Basil al-Hini, chairman and managing director of misr insurance holding group, said that the period of the spread of the corona virus has affected the culture of the citizen and everyone wants to deal and not go to schools, indicating that this thought is wrong because digital transformation will not eliminate human communication.

during his interview with the “red line” program presented by journalist mohamed moussa on al-hadath channel today, basil al-hini praised misr insurance company, saying that it is in the heart and the jewel of the crown, stressing the importance of restructuring the company and restoring its development and change strategy because it is the oldest and oldest egyptian company.

the head of “misr insurance holding” indicated that not spending on digital transformation is a waste of public money, pointing out that misr life insurance company spent 500 million pounds on digital transformation during the past 3 years to protect the system and provide good services.

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