Free Insurance Data Initiative
The addition to existing "data exchange formats" such as BiPRO and GDV
We create the basis for the emergence of digital ecosystems - in the spirit of "Open Insurance".
The aim of FRIDA e.V. is to develop standardized interfaces and to offer them directly not only to insurers, but also to third-party providers and customers - similar to what is already possible in open banking or in the context of PSD2.
Strong partners from the insurance sector, the open source approach and last but not least the non-profit idea of the FRIDA initiative should ensure that the API solutions establish themselves as an industry-wide standard. This makes digital ecosystems scalable and efficient, including insurance-specific data and services.
FRIDA promotes and establishes open standards in digital insurance and related business areas.
FRIDA relies on structured cooperation between insurers and policyholders as well as other players in digital ecosystems. FRIDA enables easy and secure access to insurance data - where it makes sense and is advantageous for the insured.
FRIDA supports insurers and their partners in the digitization process through customer-centric use cases and motivates all market participants to cooperate transparently.
No more myths about Open Insurance! Classification, regulation, use case and opportunities for the insurance market
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We establish open standards in digital insurance and related business areas
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The minds behind FRIDA
The idea of enabling new, end-customer-centric use cases by opening data and breaking through industry boundaries unites us!
“It's time for real customer centricity and the promotion of innovation. We need to think beyond the insurance industry.”
"With FRIDA, we are bringing all the relevant players involved in Open Insurance to one table and are thus forming a market-driven framework for exchange and standardization."