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Incubator/Accelerator - II | Alive

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About Snapsheet

Snapsheet develops a cloud-based technology platform that facilitates customer engagement and intelligent workflows. Snapsheet builds software to adapt to workflows, operational needs, and systems environments.

Snapsheet Headquarters Location

One North Dearborn Street Suite 600

Chicago, Illinois, 60602,

United States


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Insurance / P&C Insurance Tech

These solutions act as the main systems of record for claims personnel to view, assess, and make decisions regarding claims cases. While these systems help automate the claims process, they can also augment claims adjuster decision-making by providing necessary information and even suggestions for next best actions. While many vendors in this area offer established claims management systems — whic…

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Snapsheet is included in 4 Expert Collections, including Fintech 250.


Fintech 250

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250 of the most promising private companies applying a mix of software and technology to transform the financial services industry.



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Companies and startups that use of technology to improve core and ancillary insurance operations. Companies in this collection are creating new product architectures, improving underwriting models, accelerating claims and creating a better customer experience



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US-based companies


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Latest Snapsheet News

How Three Engineering Managers Translate Personal Goals Into Company...

Sep 6, 2022

At Snapsheet , managers have made aligning individual and greater goals a serious priority. The insurance technology company’s engineering team puts a premium on clarity of communication — noting that the effective articulation of goals and objectives has outsized dividends in the way of company culture and teamwide outcomes. “There are so many benefits from having individual and company goals aligned — increased transparency, employee engagement, evidence-based management and improved team performance,” said Aunss Gheyouche, engineering manager. In your experience, what are the best ways to create and maintain alignment between an individual’s goals, hopes and expectations and the broader goals of the company? We have tried a couple of approaches within the company, one of them being objective and key results. What’s worked best for me is leveraging the two-way communication I have with upper leadership and my reports. I’ve tried to foster an environment where my team can bring feedback to me, and I then bring that feedback to upper management. This allows us to be aligned on what we are trying to achieve. When company goals are shared, it is my job to pay close attention to those goals and translate them into targets for each member of my team. My team has a vision and a roadmap; I use that roadmap to identify opportunities for each of my team members. I know where my members are in terms of growth, so during our one-on-one meetings, we can review company goals and decide which goal will help them grow. Together we determine how we will measure the success of my team reports. The best way to keep alignment on goals and expectations boils down to communication between all the parties involved. How can managers get more proactive about ensuring misalignment between individual and company goals doesn’t develop? Managers have the responsibility to check that company goals haven’t changed on a regular basis — and check that each individual on his or her team has a clear understanding of their personal goals and how they fit with current company goals. By regularly asking those questions and looking at team members’ progress, we ensure alignment between individual and company goals. I also try to reach consensus on what should be delivered at the end of the quarter through our quarterly review process. The individual contributor and I agree on what should be delivered, how and why it should be delivered and how these goals align with the company’s broader goals. With that agreement in place, we have a clear idea of where we are going, and we’ve set agreed-upon expectations and how they will be measured. Extreme clarity on goals is something I try to achieve within my team. I think it’s easy to get lost in the wording of specific goals, so being as clear as possible is crucial. I would rewrite individual goals until both parties have a clear understanding and have a well-defined process related to those goals and the measure and tracking of them. Extreme clarity on goals is something I try to achieve within my team.”   Why is it important to ensure individual and company goals remain aligned? Laying down proper goals that align with company goals creates transparency on what we are trying to do and how employee performance will be measured. Employee engagement increases when team members feel they are doing meaningful work toward a shared goal that the company values, which leads to greater job satisfaction as well. This also allows me to access metrics to assess individual performance, which is critical to a fair and just review. From there, I can make the right decision when it comes to my reports’ career and growth plan. Last but not least, this alignment boosts the entire team’s performance in many ways. We end up with a concrete plan for what needs to be accomplished and how that will be measured. By tracking progress on a regular basis, we ensure that we are moving toward a successful quarter, and we can course correct to address low performance.

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  • When was Snapsheet founded?

    Snapsheet was founded in 2010.

  • Where is Snapsheet's headquarters?

    Snapsheet's headquarters is located at One North Dearborn Street, Chicago.

  • What is Snapsheet's latest funding round?

    Snapsheet's latest funding round is Incubator/Accelerator - II.

  • How much did Snapsheet raise?

    Snapsheet raised a total of $116.35M.

  • Who are the investors of Snapsheet?

    Investors of Snapsheet include NVIDIA Inception, Tola Capital, Liberty Mutual Strategic Ventures, Commerce Ventures, Intact Ventures and 18 more.

  • Who are Snapsheet's competitors?

    Competitors of Snapsheet include Metromile, Alan, Digit Insurance, MotionsCloud, BIMA, PolicyGenius, Five Sigma, Next Insurance, Bright HealthCare, Tractable and 15 more.

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