Aetna selects Kony Solutions as mobile application development platform

Telecom Lead America: Mobile application development
platform (MADP) provider Kony Solutions has been selected by Aetna as the
technology platform for its newly updated Aetna Mobile health application.


The Aetna Mobile app assists Aetna members to access a
number of services, including claims status, prescription drug pricing and
electronic ID cards.


By migrating the Aetna Mobile app to the KonyOne
Platform, Aetna will add new features such as an urgent care finder and
information access for non-members. The Aetna app is available for iPhone and
Android devices.


As part of our commitment to creating a health care
system that is more convenient, connected and cost-effective, it’s important
for us to provide members with the information and services they need, when and
where they need them,” said Dan Brostek, head of Member and Consumer Engagement,
Aetna.


It’s important for companies to consider their mobile
offerings as part of a long-­
“term customer engagement
strategy, and we’re pleased to work with a company as forward thinking as
Aetna,” said Aaron Kaufman, general manager of Healthcare & Life Sciences
for Kony.


Kony’s flagship product is its KonyOne mobile application
development platform.


Kony’s Write Once, Run Everywhere technology enables
developers to deploy their apps across more than 10,000 mobile
smartphones/tablets/kiosks and operating systems from a single code base.


Changes and upgrades can then be handled rapidly, without
the need for rebuilding or republishing the mobile apps. All Kony applications
can be delivered in native and mobile web (HTML5 and non-HTML5), across every mobile
channel.


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