Allianz WeatherSafe – stay one step ahead of the weather
Not a month goes by without the weather hitting the headlines again. Heatwaves, storms, floods, lightning, you name it we’ve had it this year. To the rescue comes a new smartphone app from Allianz, ‘WeatherSafe’.
The new app uses 3-hourly and 7-day forecasts supplied by MeteoGroup, one of the worlds leading weather forecasters. Read about the app here, or download it from either Google Play Store or Apple’s App Store (see links below).
Android and Iphone apps are available
|Download from Google Play Store|
|Download from Apple App Store|
Why have Allianz created the App?
We are continously looking for ways to improve and modernise our services.
WeatherSafe is a way of sharing our expertise to provide accessible, immediate and free risk advice that helps businesses and householders protect their properties.
Stuart Daws Risk Control Survey Manager, Allianz Commercial
There are a multitude of weather apps available so choosing one isn’t a major issue. What makes Allianz’s offering different?
- You can set up automatic alerts in up to three locations across Europe. You can then choose to receive notifications or emails whenever a severe weather threat is imminent.
- Advice on protecting property in the event of severe weather. These range from simple measures to detailed action plans.
- Weather forecasts and alerts can be shared via Twitter, Facebook and email.
- Satellite imagery and rainfall radar funtionality.
Don’t forget to leave feedback
Allianz are keen to receive feedback about the performance of their app so if you do decide to use it, remember to rate the app and leave feedback.
We have a direct agency with Allianz allowing us to offer their range of commercial insurance products to our clients. Allianz Insurance is one of the largest general insurers in the UK and part of the Allianz SE Group, one of the leading integrated financial services providers worldwide and the largest property and casualty insurer in the world.
Posted by Philip Heath on August 30, 2013 in Claims, News, Risk Advice |