Aviva to use SimplyBiz's Zest benefits platform for smaller clients

Five-year contract

Julian Marr
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Matt Timmins: "We look forward to a long and mutually beneficial relationship with Aviva."
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Matt Timmins: "We look forward to a long and mutually beneficial relationship with Aviva."

SimplyBiz Group has signed a five-year contract with Aviva to deliver employee benefits to the insurance giant's small and mid-sized clients through its next-generation Zest technology platform.

Under the terms of the contract, SimplyBiz said in a statement, "Zest's modern, flexible, secure, easy-to-use platform will enable Aviva to offer businesses a means of providing staff with access to a...

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