SaaS-Insurtech Socotra a 71% increases in revenue for 2022

Insurtech Socotra has reported robust 2022 results, with 71% increase in revenue and a 75% growth in customers.

Despite the difficult climate for insurtechs globally, as a result of spiralling inflation, economic instability, and a fall in investment, Socotra managed to increase its annual recurring revenue (ARR) by 97% year on year.

The news follows the announcement that 13 additional insurers went live on Socotra in 2022; including MS Amlin, Lavalier (a subsidiary of Berkley Asset Protection), and Bamboo Insurance.

Socotra saw a 117% growth in policies managed on its SaaS platform.

The company also closed a $50mn Series C funding round, led by renowned venture capital firm, Insight Partners, giving it a total of $96mn raised to date. On the heels of this achievement, Socotra acquired Avolanta to deliver the insurance industry’s only unified agent and customer portal.

Founded in 2014 and based in San Francisco, Socotra is an industry leader that provides open APIs, a product-agnostic data model, and out-of-the-box capabilities to manage the entire policy lifecycle, making insurance innovation faster, easier, and more affordable.

The insurtech has a robust reputation and is a modern, enterprise-grade core system that enables global insurers to accelerate product development, reduce maintenance costs, and improve customer experiences.

Demonstrating strong momentum and demand for its software and market-leading approach to overcoming the insurance industry’s barriers to innovation. Socotra’s impressive financial growth report is in contrast to many insurtechs currently struggling in the economic downturn.

According to reports, while 2023 is expected to see many insurtechs leaving the industry or being acquired as funding dries up, Socotra’s platform enables insurers to achieve the benefits of speed-to-market and the growth they desire.

Users can also choose to integrate Socotra’s advanced core platform with their legacy tech, or simply replace it altogether. Furthermore, carriers of all sizes can remain competitive in an industry that’s leaping into the modern age.

The insurtech also provides complete insurance solutions connecting the industry’s best software providers, integrated and market-ready.

For example, in 2022, Socotra continued to address the industry’s need for flexibility and speed-to-market with the launch of Socotra App MarketPlace. The first-of-its-kind insurance technology ecosystem built on open APIs, App MarketPlace is now being used in live production, giving insurers instant access to 35 industry-leading software and data providers through a simple click-to-run experience.

This degree of connectivity positions insurers well for the Rapid Connection Age, where insurers must connect, upgrade, and swap out technologies quickly and easily in order to stay competitive.

Nataly Kramer   by Nataly Kramer