InsurTech Completes $2.5M Seed Funding

London-based claims automation platform BlockClaim rebrands to and announces new funding from Amadeus Capital Partners 

InsurTech (previously BlockClaim), offers Contextual AI, a revolutionary system that enables insurance claims to be settled within just 24 hours. The company has successfully completed its second seed round, raising $2.5 million.

Amadeus Capital Partners, a specialist in deep tech investing, led the round and is joined by Playfair Capital and Techstars. The investment will allow to build a world-class data science and engineering team, expand its sales operations and move into the US market. This expansion is based on its confidence that demand for insurance automation will be positively impacted by the current global pandemic.

The new name ‘’ points to the technology’s ability to leverage the unstructured data underlying every insurance claim. uses state-of-the-art AI techniques, such as natural language processing and optical character recognition, to enrich ‘data sprouts’ from individual claims by up to 300%, with real-time information sourced from web-based and public data sources.

Niels Thoné, CEO of, says, “Amadeus Capital Partners has shown confidence in our future by backing us again. They have a track record of taking tech companies global and are the right partner for as we enter this crucial next phase of our development.

“ is shaping the future of the burgeoning InsurTech sector and with this new investment, we can lead further innovation in claims and fraud management. The name change is the first of many steps will take as it continues to grow its client base across multiple continents.”

Founded in 2018,’s data driven actionable insights provide insurers with rapid claims automation, alongside enhanced fraud detection and high levels of security. It is designed to integrate with existing claims software, rapidly enhancing claims and fraud processing in line with current systems.

Amelia Armour, Principal, Amadeus Capital Partners, adds, “Now more than ever, insurers will be looking at operational savings and efficiency gains. They are likely to face an unprecedented raft of claims due to the pandemic while simultaneously managing distributed workforces. can help insurers meet the challenges they face, working in tandem with their existing IT infrastructure.”