The Solartis Insure Hackathon is a competition for designers and software developers. We will award prizes to the best products that integrate with Solartis Insure microservices. 

Submissions should make creative use of provided APIs to solve consumer-facing challenges or problems insurance organizations experience.


Submissions must make use of one or more of the following APIs:

  • Travel insurance - rating, create customer, pay & issue APIs
  • Renter’s insurance - rating, policy document generation APIs
  • Professional Liability insurance - rating API

Challenge traditional policy administration processes with next-generation insurance applications.

Hackathon Sponsors


$11,500 in prizes

Gold Prize

Silver Prize

Bronze Prize

Best Solution to Real World Problem

Ease of Implementation

Most Innovative

Devpost Achievements

Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:

How to enter

Main steps in getting started:
  1. Go to the Solartis Insure Microservices Hackathon Registration page to register for this Hackathon. 
  2. Once registered, you will receive an email from a Solartis team member acknowledging your registration
  3. On June 4th 2018 at 8 AM CST (the kick off of the Hackathon) you will receive via email your hackathon registration packet which will contain log in credentials to the Solartis Insure Sandboxes, Hackathon registration and submission instructions, needed tokens, and helpful hints.
  4. We will be receiving registrations and submissions until Friday, July 27th 2018. 


Nick Richardson

Nick Richardson
Solartis - President and CEO

Siby Nidhiry

Siby Nidhiry
Solartis - Chief Technology Officer

Jonathan Kaplan

Jonathan Kaplan
Solartis - VP Product Development

Karlyn Carnahan

Karlyn Carnahan
Celent - Head of the America, Property Casualty

Judging Criteria

  • Effective Use of the Solartis Insure Microservices
    Does the application make creative use of Solartis APIs offered by through the Solartis Insure Sandbox platform?
  • UI Design
    Is the application polished, visually appealing, and easy to use?
  • Business Use Case
    Does the application solve real-world problems that consumers of insurance or insurance organizations face?

Questions? Email the hackathon manager

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