The Quimper Assia buys Stream-Techs, a third-party claims specialist based in Vitrolles – Le Journal des Entreprises
Assia (80 employees, €12m turnover), the Quimper software publisher for supplementary health insurance, acquires the company Stream-Techms, based in Vitrolles (Bouches-du-Rhône), a subsidiary of the Parisian consulting group Valmen (80 employees, 13 M€ turnover) and specialized in recourse against third parties. This acquisition aims to amplify Assia’s development strategy on opening up to new services in the fields of health and insurance.
The Finistère-based group thus intends to strengthen its positioning as an aggregator and its strategy of supporting uses with social protection players by offering a solution for identifying and managing the recovery of claims against third parties for insurance players. supplementary health and provident insurance.
The southern company has more than ten clients, including Unéo, M like Mutuelle or Solimut Mutuelle de France, for a global portfolio of 2 million people protected. “The progressive development of the recourse activity as well as the challenges of industrialization, compliance and associated security, require a strengthening of the organization of the structure in order to better satisfy its customers. This change in governance should enable the company to take a new step. At the same time, this coincides, for the Valmen Group, with its development ambitions by refocusing its activities around service and consulting, with a view to external growth”, indicates Stéphane Choulette , co-founder of Stream-Techs and associate director of the Valmen group.
With the integration of Stream-Techs and its recourse service against third parties, Assia will be able to offer a turnkey offer with complete handling of the file, up to the reimbursement of funds lost to the mutual insurance company. The offer will now enter a phase of industrialization. “This acquisition allows us to provide a response to the challenges of controlling costs and providing additional services to players in complementary health insurance and provident insurance”, explains Mathieu Gozard, CEO of Assia.