G2 Insurance Services Collaborates With Urgent.ly For HIgh-Net-Worth Clients
San Francisco - G2 Insurance services has announced its partnership with the only global and digital roadside assistance platform Urgent.ly. This collaboration focuses on providing roadside assistance services to G2's high-net-worth clients.
G2’s Risk Management clients will be assigned a dedicated phone number that will allow access to Urgent.ly’s Intelligent Towing Solution™ which dispatches Urgent.ly’s connected towing vehicles to the scene of a mechanical disablement or accident. G2’s clients will receive live status updates and be able to watch in real-time as their assigned towing vehicle arrive.
“We are excited to offer our clients a solution that will decrease waiting time and stress in the event of an accident,” said Jason Goldman, Principal of G2. “Our goal is to provide our clients with resources that make their lives easier in difficult times. Urgent.ly provides the opportunity for our clients to get back to their lives more quickly than before.”
“G2 has a great vision for surrounding their clients with resources beyond insurance,” said Urgent.ly CEO & Co-Founder Chris Spanos. “We are excited to provide our innovative and leading roadside platform and service as part of the G2 client experience.”
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