When I started to work in HDI, in late 2016, product management didn’t existed, much less the user experience.
I was part of an ambitious project to create a digital environment for HDI potential customers.
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In 2014, HDI Seguros México decided to create an innovation department that would focus on creating the digital experience of the end customer. The first step was to create an online platform where the user could get a quote and then purchase it by phone.
However, the other contact points with the potential customer were not connected and it was obvious that they did not have a common goal. This was not critical since currently 70% of the company sales continue to be through intermediaries.
My job was to design and manage the products that in 5 years will be indispensable for any competitive insurer.
Website’s evolution, click on the image to enlarge it.
We didn’t have any defined users.
We had no defined marketing strategy.
Our products weren’t connected.
The first thing I did was to make a map of all the points of digital contact with the users and divided them into:
Ads for quotes
As each product is managed by different departments, I decided to bring the leaders together to create a joint strategy. The products that remained on my side was the Website, Customer Portal and the UX of the ads for quotes.
Next we will see the changes that were made. Soon I will publish why these decisions were made based on the research we did.
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