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Bayzat

Launched officially in April 2013, the platform is the first one-stop-shop to offer a real-time comparison of health insurance rates in UAE and help clients use their health insurance policies online. The company has recently introduced HR Administration services that help companies automate all their admin work from data entry to managing employee records.

Launched officially in April 2013, the platform is the first one-stop-shop to offer a real-time comparison of health insurance rates in UAE and help clients use their health insurance policies online. The company has recently introduced HR Administration services that help companies automate all their admin work from data entry to managing employee records.

Founded in 2013, Bayzat in Dubai, UAE is a technology company that provides insurance and HR solutions for the leading companies in the UAE. More importantly, Bayzat Benefits automates administrative work for HR professionals and ensures that all HR processes are centralized, accessible and secure.

Our platform at Bayzat allows businesses and individuals to easily source their medical insurance by rapidly identifying their requirements and providing a clear comparison of all the best options in the market.

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Bayzat has been running since Jan 2013

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