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Agentsync Series 220mkonradforbes

AgentSync, a Denver insurtech startup that transforms the tools and infrastructure behind insurance policy administration, has raised $75 million in Series B funding led by Valor Equity Partners with participation from Craft Ventures, Tiger Global, Atreides Management and Anthemis. This round values the company at $1.2 billion.

AgentSync Manage, the company’s first product, utilizes automation and technology to handle producer management and licensing compliance tasks. It’s one of the most cutting-edge producer management platforms available on the market today.

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AgentSync, a Denver-based startup revolutionizing the tools and infrastructure powering the insurance industry, has raised $25 million in Series A funding led by Elad Gil’s Craft Ventures and David Sacks’ Operator Collective. This round is ten times higher than their previous seed funding round in mid-2020; with this boost they aim to become the market’s most dependable producer management solution while developing an expansive platform with upstream and downstream tools designed to address various needs within this sector.

3. Stunning Interior

AgentSync, the Denver startup that transforms the tools and infrastructure powering the insurance industry, recently impressed investors with its $25 million Series A. As it nears completion of a larger round in its Series B round, Arvin Sabharwal – founder and CEO – has demonstrated his insight into this rapidly-evolving sector by taking advantage of opportunities when they arise. It is no surprise that he has already achieved numerous major accomplishments such as acquiring several large enterprises and gathering an impressive list of angel investors.

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Denver-based AgentSync, which revolutionizes the tools and infrastructure powering the insurance industry, recently raised $25m in Series A funding led by Elad Gil’s Craft Ventures with participation from Marc Benioff’s Caffeinated Capital, Operator Collective, and Nine Four Ventures. This round has increased AgentSync’s valuation to $220 million – ten times its seed-round value – and will accelerate product development as it builds out what it believes to be the industry’s most reliable producer management solution.

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AgentSync, which assists insurance companies in modernizing their tools and infrastructure to make the industry more efficient and trustworthy, recently raised $25 million in a Series A round. This is their second round in one year as they also attracted some key new investors such as Operator Collective, Craft Ventures and Yammer veteran David Sacks (who invested in Zenefits during its scandal). The money will help the startup double their sales force, quadruple marketing expenditures and expand product and engineering teams.

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