We helped SafetyNet give their customers peace of mind when facing unexpected job loss.


Preparing For The Unexpected

The uncertainty of sudden unemployment is a fear that haunts many. SafetyNet sought to provide peace of mind to its customers facing those unpredictable circumstances. Their idea was to create an insurance platform that pays out should a policyholder suddenly lose their employment due to a lay off or for medical reasons.

“We took a lean startup approach which allowed us to go from idea to implementation in just five and a half months. Those who know the insurance industry know that things usually move much slower than that and are very impressed that we got it done so quickly.”

Dan Murray, SafetyNet COO & CIO

Provided Services

UX / UI Design

Web Development

Mobile Development

Quality Assurance

SafetyNet App

Insurance Reimagined

Our team worked with SafetyNet to determine how best to bring this new insurance platform to life. Since the service was starting entirely from scratch, many components were needed before SafetyNet could launch. We built a Stripe-integrated, responsive website that could easily take secure monthly payments from customers. The website also has a built-in rules engine, the ability to create customized insurance documents in real time, and an admin portal that SafetyNet’s customer service teams use to evaluate and pay out claims.

“If you get in front of consumers and figure out what they like and don’t like, you can modify as needed which gives you a much better chance of long-term success.”

Dan Murray, SafetyNet COO & CIO

SafetyNet App

Providing Peace of Mind

Three years after launch, SafetyNet is thriving. With thousands of policyholders in ten different states, the company has satisfied millions of dollars in claims. Those millions of dollars have meant financial stability for SafetyNet’s customers while they look for new employment. Additionally, by employing the lean startup methodology, SafetyNet quickly and successfully updated their product based on customer feedback. Things like updating available coverage amounts and the ability to choose a lump sum or a payment payout were incorporated into SafetyNet’s business model solely based on customer feedback.