QASymphony raises $40M

Enterprise test case management and quality assurance software company QASymphony has raised $40 million in a funding round led by Insight Venture Partners. The Series C investment comes on the heels of a year where QASymphony added 210 new customers, and achieved year-over-year revenue growth of over 180 per cent, says the company.

QASymphony was started in 2011 by Vu Lam and Josh Lieberman. The company’s enterprise customers include Amazon, Salesforce, Cisco, Visa, Barclays and Nordstrom, says the company.

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