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We prepared an insurtech platform for scaling in 2 weeks.

The challenge

The client had the holy grail of digital products: they had established a product-market fit and had the users. The implementation, however, was not on the same successful track. 

We needed to help them rapidly discover the existing product bugs and product blockers, fix the critical issues and facilitate a release of the improved product in two weeks.


Our approach

During phase one we assembled a team of five people with the main goal of improving overall product functionality for critical features.

The team went on to create a  list of technical debt, a detailed backlog of stories, a next version roadmap and an accountability chart for key people developing the product.

Phase two saw us create an admin panel for Canopy employees to ensure manual validation for a renter's passport that couldn't be automated at that time. We also improved the UI/UX of the agency-side admin panel where agents manage tenancy agreements.

phases of the project

releases in 5 months

improvements implemented

fixes made

I cannot thank you all for the support we have received from you in turning around my product and technology. You guys are amazing! Special thanks to Dan and Raluca. Their work ethic is commendable.

Tahir Farooqui, founder of Canopy


Technical specifications

We used Kanban with frequent releases to production. Our strategy was ‘push fast for testing and make sure we release something that works’.

After most urgent issues were resolved, we transitioned to a more predictable delivery and started using Scrum with two-week sprints, which allowed us to release more significant features. 

Our second priority was to improve the look and usability of the agency-side admin panel, which included an integration with a third-party insurer. To ensure that the user experience was consistent with what Canopy had in mind, we included custom design services focused on improving the user flow.


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