Software testing, software quality, test automation news for financing and acquisition of load testing, unit testing, functional testing and DevOps tools.
Sofy, a no-code testing platform for mobile software developers, has announced $7.75M in seed funding. Sofy is used by Microsoft, Alight and other enterprise customers to provide their developers quality assurance testing without the need to write a single line of code. Sofy will use the funding to accelerate its growth and augment its signature no-code test automation platform for mobile apps, web applications and APIs.
Mobot has launched its QA-as-a-service platform and announced $12.5 million in Series A funding from Cota Capital, with participation from Heavybit, Uncorrelated Ventures, and others.
Qualitest has announced the acquisition of ZenQ, an India-based software testing company. This acquisition will extends Qualitest geographical footprint in India with ZenQ’s facilities in Hyderabad and add ZenQ’s 600+ quality engineers to Qualitest employees.
Code Intelligence, the automated security testing platform, has announced $12 million in Series A funding led by Tola Capital. This round is joined by existing investors LBBW, OCCIDENT, Verve Ventures, HTGF and Thomas Dohmke, CEO of Github.
LambdaTest, a cloud-based software testing platform, has closed a total of $45 million in a venture round led by Premji Invest with participation from existing investors Sequoia Capital India, Telstra Ventures, Blume Ventures, and Leo Capital. Sandeep Johri, Ex-CEO and present board member of Tricentis, has also angel invested in this round.
As companies transition from older methods of overnight batch testing to a Continuous Integration (CI) model, Ascert continues to expand the reach of its payments testing technology. Seamless access to message-based tests and their results is now possible in the most commonly used DevOps CI platforms such as Bamboo, Jenkins, Team City, Azure, Gitlab CI, thanks to Ascert’s VersaTest product set. This approach allows for faster testing, better reliability, greater visibility of success and failure points, and ultimately increased customer satisfaction.
Tricentis, a provider of test automation for modern cloud and enterprise applications, has announced the acquisition of Tx3 Services, a provider of automated quality and compliance software testing solutions for life sciences companies. Building upon Tricentis’ AI-powered continuous testing platform, the addition of Tx3 provides increased capabilities to address the unique needs of the healthcare and life sciences industries.