DynaQuest forges partnership with MVP Advisory Group

Philippine-based blockchain solutions provider DynaQuest and consulting firm MVP Advisory Group team up to optimize delivery of services of the latter’s clientele.

DynaQuest Technology Services, a BPO company based in the Philippines that specializes in support of blockchain technology and digital currencies, recently announced its partnership with US consulting firm MVP Advisory Group.

By forging such partnership, DynaQuest will be able to provide technical support to MVP Advisory Group as the latter intends to gain access to emerging technologies such as blockchain to optimize services of its clientele which are mostly small to medium-sized insurance companies in the United States.

“By combining DynaQuest’s Blockchain Solutions framework with MVP’s exceptional multi-channel change management to insurance companies, the partnership uniquely positions us to offer a highly-focused, cost-efficient transformational strategy and solution framework to the traditional, small and medium scale insurance companies who are looking to leverage Blockchain technology in improving their overall business competitiveness by the next decade,” said MVP Managing Partner Russ Bostick in a press release.

“MVP’s existing and future clientele will be able to boost their overall business efficiency and be in a position to increase overall competitiveness through core digital transformation with DynaQuest’s specialization in sourcing Insurtech and customized Blockchain solutions,” Bostick added.

DynaQuest, for its part, expressed its excitement over the possibilities this partnership proffers. “For many years, MVP has been a highly-valued partner for DynaQuest as both companies are looking to make the most of the opportunities found in the disruption of technology that is being experienced by Insurance and Finance,” stated DynaQuest CEO Randy Knutson in the same press release. “We are looking forward to exploring and developing more specialized or industrialized solutions across the insurance markets of North America, Canada, and Europe.”

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