Insurtech Tapoly gathering £0.5m for AI upgrade


Insurtech Tapoly gathering £0.5m for AI upgrade

Janthana Kaenprakhamroy, CEO of Tapoly

On-demand insurer for the gig and sharing economy Tapoly is in talks with investors to raise £0.5 million and allow the UK-based insurtech firm to leverage the potential of artificial intelligence, CEO Janthana Kaenprakhamroy tells Intelligent Insurer.

On-demand insurer Tapoly is targeting freelancers, sole traders, contractors, and small businesses with a range of tailored commercial insurance products, allowing them to pay for cover only when they need it.

The product range includes professional indemnity, public liability, cyber breach response, directors & officers (D&O), business interruption, personal accident and contents insurance. The firm underwrites with Lloyd’s capacity from ARAG and Beazley in the UK.

Tapoly is now planning to upgrade its platform with artificial intelligence (AI) tools.

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