Moby is open. Your business partners can connect their IT infrastructure via the Moby service interfaces.
We believe that insurance processes can work without boring manual tasks. Moby provides the toolkit.
Moby is flexible. You can target the special insurance areas.
Moby provides you the toolkit to build your fast moving insurance products.
The business runs round the clock. Moby won’t rest. Our batch processes operate during open hours
Moby doesn’t need additional infrastructure licenses or special hardware. It can operate in the cloud as well.
Our vision is to provide end to end automated insurance service, where your task is only to invent your new products. We will bring it to life.
Director of Operations and IT at AEGON Hungary
Executive Member of the Board at Magyar Posta Biztosító
08.04.2022. 11:10 | Porosz Péter
Mr. Sándor Székely, managing director of DBX used imaginary from Middle Earth (i.e. The Lord Of The Rings universe) at the Portfolio Insurance 2022 conference, to shed light on the future of the insurance industry.
18.11.2021. 16:20 | Porosz Péter
The Association of Hungarian Insurance Companies held its 11th annual international conference on November 4th 2021 in Budapest. The leading theme of the event was Future-Proof Insurance. Speakers shed light onto some of the most intriguing trends in this domain. DBX is a long standing parner of the Associations and also the largest local IT knowledge center in the field. CEO Sándor Székely Sándor talked about The Good, the Bad and the Ugly among the IT trends that the industry has to cope with.
10.06.2021. 10:29 | Porosz Péter
What experiences have business professional gathered when they found themselves in a customer role? Is customer service truly the in center of the insurance practice? Are the boundaires of digital and personal meetings really clear? What is the scope of competence of artifical intelligence? Is there such a thing as insurance without human contact?
On May 19th we have held a roundtable with more than 100 people attending in the audience, titled "Remaining Personal During Digitalisation".