Prudential brings Huami wearables to Pulse app users

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Huami and Huami-USA, a healthcare services company that connects health with technology, and Prudential Corporation Asia (Prudential), are extending their partnership to provide Pulse by Prudential (Pulse) users access to Huami’s Amazfit range of wearable technology.

Huami and Prudential will explore the integration of digital capabilities, including features from Pulse in Huami’s smartwatches and wristbands to help Pulse users access the information they need to lead healthier lives.

The Pulse app will also include PAI Health’s science-backed activity metric for heart health, known as Personal Activity Intelligence.

“Our Amazfit smartwatch is among the top five for global watch shipments and market shares in the first quarter of 2020, and we look forward to partnering with Prudential to develop exciting new products that will expand our global reach,” said Mike Yeung, chief operating officer of Huami.

Al-Noor Ramji, group chief digital officer at Prudential, said Pulse has attracted over eight million downloads, and they have observed how users are increasingly interested in tracking their health metrics for a better quality of life.

“Both our partnership with Huami and growing health ecosystem harness the power of technology, empowering Pulse users to personalise their health and wealth journeys,” he said.

Huami and Prudential will also seek to grow their partnership by seeking opportunities to leverage each other’s expertise to co-create complementary products and solutions with the shared purpose of helping people lead healthier lives. Through this partnership, more than 16 million Prudential customers across Asia and Africa will have the potential to access Huami health products and services.