One of our newest clients,, an insurance claims monitoring platform, recently announced securing $30 million in Series-B funding.

The funding round was led by Cota Capital and joined by Sorenson Ventures, FUSE, Impression Ventures, Luge Capital, and Plug and Play Ventures. will utilize the funding to scale its insurance claims monitoring platform and expand its team. The company plans to increase its full-time staff in the U.S. and Canada by 20% before the end of 2021, with additional hiring planned for 2022.

While this latest round of financing brings the company’s overall funding to $40 million, this was the company’s first announcement. The company has been focused on execution and, until partnering with Communiqué PR, had not connected with media regarding its platform.

Since launching the platform in early 2021, has already secured six of the 10 largest U.S. insurers as customers to automate their fraud detection and claims monitoring processes.’s claims-monitoring platform enables insurance providers to stop unwarranted claim payments, release reserves, and adjust expenses, helping keep premiums down, ultimately saving consumers money.

Unlike many other service providers, does not use claimant data such as age, gender, neighborhood stats, or race in its models to eliminate biases.’s platform flags potential fraud intuitively empowering organizations to prioritize and deprioritize claims.

We are excited to continue building awareness regarding and its continued growth. Below is some of the coverage regarding its announcement.


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