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Thursday, December 08, 2022

Sayata Extends A Round To $52 Million To Make Business Insurance More Accessible

Sayata, the leading marketplace for insurance brokers and carriers to easily scale their business insurance portfolios, announced the addition of $35M to the previous $17M raised just five months ago, for a total A round of $52M. The additional raise was led by Pitango Growth and Hanaco Ventures, with participation from previous investors Team8 Capital, Vertex Ventures, Elron Ventures, and OurCrowd.

Sayata’s proprietary technology automates the time-consuming process of finding and securing business insurance. Brokers are freed from the manual tasks of hunting for quotes, shuffling applications, and the lengthy back and forth with insurance providers to finalize coverage. Now, brokers input just a few pieces of information and in seconds the software platform delivers multiple insurance quotes tailored to the client’s needs. Once a quote is chosen, brokers complete the process entirely on the platform, securing coverage in a fraction of the time, allowing them to put their efforts towards deepening current customer relationships and expanding their client base.

The Sayata platform launched nearly two years ago offering a way for brokers to seamlessly find and secure cyber insurance for SMBs. The automated platform proved successful in locking down coverage for SMBs regardless of market conditions; whether it’s a “soft market” where insurance is easy to find and relatively inexpensive,  or today’s “hard market” where cyber premiums are rising and coverage is more difficult to find due to the prevalence of ransomware.

The company will use the funds to accelerate the addition of new business insurance lines fulfilling the promise that brokers will always be able to quickly and easily find any business coverage for their SMB clients regardless of market conditions.

“It’s rewarding to know that Sayata is helping brokers efficiently find relevant, cost-effective coverage options for their SMB clients. Their success is reflected in the more than 10X growth we’ve experienced in 2021,” said Asaf Lifshitz, CEO of Sayata. “This latest raise will allow us to accelerate the process of adding new lines of commercial insurance with the same easy-to-use functionally giving brokers a single destination for finding and securing insurance for SMBs.”

“Asaf and Sayata’s team have been leading the company’s staggering growth since launching their solution less than two years ago while making 2021 a breakout year,” said Isaac Hillel, Managing Partner at Pitango Growth. “They’ve demonstrated the ability to build an offering that’s already successfully migrating an industry to more efficient digital solutions for finding and securing insurance. We look forward to them replicating their success across additional business coverage categories as they tackle the $100B small commercial insurance industry.”

Lior Prosor, founding partner of Hanaco Ventures added “Sayata sits right at the heart of our insurtech 2.0 thesis. We believe the next multi-billion dollar insurtech companies will not be new consumer brands like generation 1.0, but rather solutions that transform the industry’s current manual back-end processes into streamlined digital solutions. Sayata has proven more than adept at automating the distribution process of acquiring insurance for brokers. We think they are just in the first inning of tapping into the $100B SMB insurance market in the US. We are very excited to join and support their journey.”

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