Moonshot Insurance is an Insurance-As-A-Service platform offering contextual B2B2C insurance. One of our strengths is our ability to plug your existing sales funnel quickly and efficiently into our APIs and offer our products to your customers.
We use technology to simplify B2B2C Insurance
Moonshot Insurance provides a wide range of technologies to offer the best experience for our partners and our their customers. Generally, we have two preferred means of integration with our distributors :
- White label integration offers a customer journey with your own brand logo and color scheme, enabling to reduce time to market and efforts.
- Customized API-integration allows you to natively integrate our restAPIs in your services for a smoother, more transparent and personnalized customer experience
But how does this customized platform work ?
What is an API ?
An API is a service that allows two applications to talk to each other; it stands for Application Programming Interface. Moonshot Insurance’s contextual insurance solution offers an API to connect your e-commerce website to our services. The operation is simple; our API adheres to industry standards and offers state-of-the-art security. Our backend is hosted in Amazon Web Services and leverages many “serverless” technologies such as API Gateway (for API exposition), Lambda functions (for business logic) and DynamoDB (for data storage). The end result is a robust, highly scalable, low-maintenance platform.
A quick journey into our deployment of B2B2C Insurance process.
At first, we configured and deployed the Lambda functions and API gateways manually. This way we explored the different configuration option and tools to deploy a quick proof of concept. We then sought to automate our processes. It was a long work, and one that is still ongoing today; as our platform and services developed, we eventually outgrew our initial toolchain and invested in more robust automation solutions. Today, using Infrastructure as Code and industry-leading tools such as Terraform, we are able to deploy new changes to production in just a few minutes. Before we do this, however, our code is thoroughly tested, both locally and remotely, before the code becomes active in production.
Our architecture is still very much a work in progress, and we expect our tools and processes to keep evolving to improve our performance.