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Coface South Africa partners with Rodel

12 April 2019 Coface South Africa
Zeno Janse van Rensburg (Sales Executive Rodel), Rochelle de Lucia (Director Rodel);  Jacqui Jooste (CEO of Coface South Africa), Yolandi Hersleman (New Business Manager Coface)

Zeno Janse van Rensburg (Sales Executive Rodel), Rochelle de Lucia (Director Rodel); Jacqui Jooste (CEO of Coface South Africa), Yolandi Hersleman (New Business Manager Coface)

Coface South Africa has entered into a distribution partnership with an administrator, Rodel. Administrators are financial service providers that deliver products and services to small brokerages. In this case, Rodel has about 980 affiliated brokers.

Coface a partner in the Rodel SME Insurance Solution

The launch of the Rodel SME Insurance Solution was held and hosted by Rodel and Constatntia Insure on Friday, 05 April 2019 in Kempton Park. Coface partnered with Rodel, as well as Global Choices, Netstar and Constantia Insurance Company to form part of the Rodel SME offering, covering short-term commercial lines., and a credit insurance solution among other services.

“EasyLiner is an insurance package to protect SME’s against unpaid invoices at home or abroad”, said Jacqui Jooste, CEO of Coface South Africa. The SME market is continuously growing and can be seen a market with huge opportunities. Coface has officially launched the Rodel EasyLiner Portal, the portal gives you access to get an immediate quote to protect your business.

There has so far been a positive interest in the EasyLiner Solution, after only a week of training, we have already received 6 quotes. The partnership with Rodel also forms part of Coface South Africa’s ongoing distribution strategy and need to conintiously innovate.

 

 

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