Don't waste time deciphering confusing insurance lingo. Just ask Alexa.
We get it: insurance can be confusing. There’s a lot of technical talk to get your head around – that’s why we’ve created the first insurance skill for Amazon Echo in the UK.
Never heard of it? Amazon Echo is a hands-free, voice-controlled speaker for your home. Alexa is its able assistant and you can ask Alexa, well, anything you want.
Skills are just like apps – enabling them on your device will let Alexa help you in new ways. The Aviva skill is a jargon buster – if some insurance lingo is confusing you, just ask Alexa and you’ll get a simple, clear answer.
Already got an Amazon Echo or Echo Dot? Make insurance easy – enable the Aviva skill now.
First, find some insurance jargon that you can’t get your head round. It probably won’t take long - hey, insurance can be confusing! Documents, policy wordings, contracts – they’re often full of technical lingo.
To get the Aviva skill started, just say “Alexa, ask Aviva…” followed by the jargon you want her to explain. So things like, “Alexa, ask Aviva to explain a premium” or “Alexa, ask Aviva: what is a no claims discount?”
Well, if not quite enlightened, then at least a bit less baffled. Alexa will explain the insurance term to you in plain English, so you don’t have to be an underwriter to understand it.
You can find out more about Amazon Echo and Alexa on the Amazon website.
The Aviva skill is an insurance jargon buster. If you’re not sure what certain insurance terms mean and want it explained, you can ask Alexa to explain it to you.
There are a few ways to enable Aviva:
Just ask Alexa. Simply say "Alexa, enable Aviva."
Download the Alexa app to your phone, go to the skills page and search for Aviva. Once you’ve found it, select ‘Enable’.
Visit the skills page on your computer or mobile device, search for Aviva, then select ‘Enable’.
We’d love to hear your feedback. Drop us an email at email@example.com
This is our first attempt at an Alexa skill. We’ll continue to enhance it and look to increase functionality throughout 2017 and beyond.
We’d love to hear your thoughts on the Aviva skill and anything you think could improve it.
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