The project was launched in 2017 under the auspices of the Bank of Russia and supported by the Ministry of Digital Development, Communications and Mass Media to implement a national program "Digital economy".
OSAGO Assistant was aimed at
providing simple and convenient way of filing protocols.
monitoring validity of the input data: to pull in data about the accident participants from the unified insurance database and the national services portal.
taking photos of the accident without traffic safety officers which allow to increase the amount of insurance payout to maximum 400,000 rubles.
It's not rocket science, it seemed to us at first.
Since it was not a conventional app but so-called superservice, it required to work on it closely at the level of the government departments and, what is more, to amend legislation.
This preparatory stage lasted for 18 months.