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Series B | Alive

Total Raised


Last Raised

$100M | 10 mos ago

About Insurify

Insurify offers an insurance quotes comparison platform and virtual insurance agent. Insurify provides a personalized quote list and performs an apples-to-apples comparison of competitive carriers.

Insurify Headquarter Location

222 Third Street #1320

Cambridge, Massachusetts, 02142,

United States

1 (866) 373-0443

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Insurify Patents

Insurify has filed 1 patent.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Computer network security
  • Computer security
  • Data security
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Social networking services, Computer security, Computer network security, Identity management, Data security


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Social networking services, Computer security, Computer network security, Identity management, Data security



Latest Insurify News

How Product Managers Can Keep Up With An Ever-Changing Technical...

Jun 21, 2022

Taking a product from concept to launch requires an evolving set of skills. Here’s how three companies are helping their employees develop them. Written by Cathleen Draper June 20, 2022Updated: June 21, 2022 Product managers help develop the products and solutions that change the way we live. And they are currently doing it in a crowded and ever-changing tech landscape. So how do they get from concept to a successful launch? According to three local product managers, with investment from leadership to learn new skills and prioritize career growth. At Klaviyo , Senior Product Manager Madeleine Guttuso finds that investment comes from feeling valued by leadership. “We want folks to feel empowered to take on new responsibilities or change roles entirely,” Guttuso said. At Quickbase , employees can be reimbursed for industry-specific training, like becoming Scrum certified. They also have access to online learning platforms like Masterclass for courses relevant to their field. Product managers can learn from other departments, too. Kellen Urbon, a product manager at Insurify , said the close-knit team there leads to well-rounded product decisions. “Sharing things about different areas of the business with each other gives us a more holistic view of the product,” Urbon said. Beyond broadened skill sets and exciting innovations, investment in professional growth pays off for retention. In fact, Clearcompany reported that 94 percent of employees said they would stay at a company longer if it invested in their careers. That’s more time to develop solutions that improve and modernize user experiences, help clients automate processes, and make complex decisions easier for customers — just some of the projects Built In Boston heard about from Klaviyo, Quickbase and Insurify. Tell us about a project you’ve worked on at Klaviyo that has helped you develop or hone your product management skills. Every year, Klaviyo prepares for the biggest retail events of the year — Black Friday and Cyber Monday, or BFCM. Hundreds of hours are poured into preparing the Klaviyo app in support of our customers. Our primary objective is to help our customers maximize their revenue. For my team and me, that meant we removed barriers for email and SMS sending. We had to figure out what system to build and how to create one that could be flexible for all customers to use and reliable for the burst in communications expected during BFCM. I interviewed more than 50 customers and poured over numerous product feedback requests. After synthesizing the feedback, we proposed a viable solution to our executive team for sign off. In just four weeks, the engineering team built and released a functional product to our customers. Today, more than 75 percent of our customers use the feature, and adoption continues to climb. I use this feature as a model and standard for turning problems into solutions, both for myself and newly hired product managers. In just four weeks, the engineering team built and released a functional product to our customers.’’   What growth opportunities exist for product managers at Klaviyo? Klaviyo offers numerous opportunities to move within your department and the organization. We truly invest in your career growth and development, which is exemplified by the ability to move within the company. Klaviyo also offers a generous learning stipend to learn and grow skills, as well as various Klaviyo resource groups to promote inclusion. This is a company where you can grow and not have to move to another organization for professional development. What’s a surprising or unexpected way these experiences have affected the overall trajectory of your career? I was given the opportunity to choose between two different product areas and sets of problems to tackle as we planned to split my role and responsibilities in half. Through this opportunity, I influenced the future direction of an entire pillar within the product and carved a path for my career based on the company’s needs. This was a testament to how invested Klaviyo is in my overall success as an individual as well as the trust they had in me as a product manager. This catapulted my career and led to my promotion the following year. With the new promotion, I am able to explore new challenges and product areas that will further my individual development. Tell us about a project you’ve worked on at Quickbase that has helped you develop or hone your product management skills. How did this project help you grow? While I didn’t have any product management experience before joining the product management team, I did have lots of experience using our product, which positioned me well to take on one of our highest-priority initiatives right out of the gate. We were just beginning the process of modernizing our user interface and rebuilding some of our key components from the ground up, so I became responsible for the modernized version of a huge piece of our platform. I grew so much through this experience and interestingly, so did Quickbase as an organization. Learning how to most effectively partner with product development, how to communicate about potentially disruptive changes, how to make tough prioritization calls, how to measure success and how to pivot when an initial launch might not go as well as expected are just a few of the skills I developed. On the other side of this project, I’m a completely different product manager. Quickbase’s high-trust culture enabled me to have real responsibility right away, which helped me hone my skills while making a positive impact on our customers. Everyone on the product management team is willing to collaborate to solve a problem, give guidance or coach more junior members of the team.”   What other growth opportunities exist for product managers at Quickbase? A fantastic training called PM Accelerate is offered to product managers at Quickbase through our parent organization, Vista Equity Partners. It offers a multi-session training over the course of several months on best practices learned from other companies in their portfolio. It also provides an opportunity to network with other product managers at companies in the Vista Equity Partners portfolio. The culture at Quickbase is also one of our strongest assets. Everyone on the product management team is willing to collaborate to solve a problem, give guidance or coach more junior members of the team with no politics or ego involved. This creates a great environment for trying new things, sometimes making mistakes and growing from them. What’s an upcoming project you’re excited to work on? How will you apply some of these newly acquired skills? We are still in flight on the UI modernization effort but have moved on to different areas of the product. The skills I learned during my first project help me avoid making the same mistakes. My success metrics are tighter, my communication strategies are better and developer stories are clearer.

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  • When was Insurify founded?

    Insurify was founded in 2013.

  • Where is Insurify's headquarters?

    Insurify's headquarters is located at 222 Third Street, Cambridge.

  • What is Insurify's latest funding round?

    Insurify's latest funding round is Series B.

  • How much did Insurify raise?

    Insurify raised a total of $131.65M.

  • Who are the investors of Insurify?

    Investors of Insurify include MassMutual Ventures, Viola Group, Hearst Ventures, Moneta VC, Toyota Insurance Management Solutions and 10 more.

  • Who are Insurify's competitors?

    Competitors of Insurify include Caribou and 7 more.

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