Qase, a startup developing AI-enabled software testing tools, has raised a new $7.2 million in Series A funding to provide manual and automated software testing services for developers. The round was led by Chrome Capital, with participation from Finsight Ventures and S16VC.
The company aims to forge a new market segment in the software testing industry for testing operations (TestOps). Qase integrates with Asana, Github, Jira, Trello, and other tools, and with our future marketplace, we’ll be able to address every need that QA teams have.
Since 2019, it claims that it has processed over 27 million test results for over 100,000 developers. Its customers list includes Wolt (acquired by DoorDash), Asana, and SeatGeek. The Qase Platform solves the problem of overloaded developers and QA teams by drastically reducing the amount of testing tools that need to be used simultaneously. Unlike other platforms, Qase also provides DataDog-quality reporting and dashboards for a comprehensive analysis of both manual and automated testing issues and operations. The platform also has a feature to make reports shareable, which ensures that valuable insights into testing health are visible to any stakeholder in the development lifecycle.
Its founder Nikita Fedorov is an entrepreneur with over 13 years of experience in web development, software testing and automatization. He has a master’s in solid-state physics and is an expert in custdev, product development, team management and customer interaction in agile methodologies.