(PRWEB) March 31, 2014
Pacific Prime, one of the world's leading distributors of international private medical insurance, has recently redesigned its website, making it simpler and easier for clients to use.
The new Pacific Prime website features a number of significant improvements including a cleaner, streamlined design and more useful information on the different kinds of insurance plans for clients.
“Pacific Prime has always been known for its knowledgeable advisers and excellent service,” said Lead Web Designer Byan Shum, “and we wanted the website to to provide that same kind of informative, hassle-free experience.”
Most notably, the online quotation tool has been completely revamped. Pacific Prime works with over 33 insurers and hundreds of different kinds of health insurance plans, and the online quotation tool allows clients to easily find the right plan for their specific needs. Clients can filter their searches by premium range, insurance provider, currency, and benefits such as maternity and pre-existing conditions. With the recent upgrade to the quotation tool, clients are now able to save quotes for future reference by creating a user profile and logging in to the site.
Shum explained the reasoning behind the new system: "Some of our clients occasionally take several days before deciding on a plan, and before, when these clients would use the quotation tool, they would have to repeat the same process whenever they came back to the site,” said Shum. “Now, by creating a user profile, clients can simply save the quotes and the different plans they've compared, and the next time they visit the site, they can just pick up from where they left off. It should save some of our clients a lot of time!”
Pacific Prime is an award-winning insurance intermediary based in Hong Kong that offers a wide range of health plans to cover individuals and families. With more than twenty years experience in the insurance industry, Pacific Prime offers superior advice on how to get the best insurance and where to get it from.
To see the redesigned website, visit http://www.pacificprime.com.