The international Expatriate benefits company Cigna has been awarded the prestigious title of “International Provider of the Year” at the year’s Expatriate Management and Mobility Awards (EMMAs).
The EMMAs, which took place in Chicago, is considered by many to be the “Oscars” of the expatriate services industry and is aimed at recognizing companies that provide excel in serving the expatriate market. Cigna received their award in recognition for the services they provide as part of their expatriate insurances offerings.
Discussing the award, Andrew Kielty, the President of CIEB commented: “Being recognized by some of the most respected names in the Global Mobility profession validates our commitment to delivering quality health care to the globally mobile workforce. This achievement shows just how valuable customer feedback is to the growth of our organization.”
The annual EMMAs are sponsored by the Forum of Expatriate Management (FEM), an online community of individuals who specialize in global mobility. Over 200 nominations were received for consideration in this year’s awards but Cigna stood out to the panel because of their customer service commitments:
“Cigna is continuously seeking feedback from its customers and clients and implementing the feedback in its service,” said the judge. “As a result, Cigna has created and improved various programs that are tailored to large and small groups in the marketplace. Cigna’s Medical Benefits Abroad product is a prime example of this customer centric approach. Listening to the customer has produced a product that is regarded by many companies as an affordable yet effective solution for global business travelers.”
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