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Autify Secures $10 Million in Series A

Autify Secures $10 Million in Series A

Autify has announced that it has secured $10 million in Series A funding. The round was led by World Innovation Lab (WiL). New investors Uncorrelated Ventures and individual investor Jonathan Siegel in addition to existing investors Archetype Ventures, Salesforce Ventures, and Tably joined the round.

"Autify's three-pronged approach to automation of testing - no-code, AI-powered, and customer success - helps address the challenges that were plaguing the testing market for far too long, such as labor shortage, high maintenance cost, and technical difficulty. The best part of all this is that Autify manages to address these issues without having to sacrifice product quality at any stage of the development," said Ryo Chikazawa, Autify Co-founder & CEO.

The fresh funding will be used by the company to accelerate its global ambitions and support new product development including the launch of Autify for Mobile for native app testing.

Even in these modern times, majority of the companies are manually performing software development tests. Autify is looking to be a disruptive force in this space. Autify has been implemented in many B2C and B2B SaaS companies and organizations in Japan and globally, including Unity, DeNA, ZOZO, Q4 and more. Autify has truly solved problems in software test automation that companies have been struggling with for years.

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