By the terms of the contract, Solera will provide Allianz with what a vendor statement calls essential software solutions, data services and support in 28 markets. Additionally, Solera will be able to work closely with Allianz at a global and local level both on product development and delivery at the local country level, the vendor statement asserts. The companies will pursue enhanced cooperation agreements between the local Allianz companies and local Solera companies, including establishing a framework for new agreements in countries where the two local companies did not have an agreement previously, Solera says.
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