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Dublin [Ireland], June 17 (ANI / BusinessWire India): BrowserStack today announced that it has secured $ 200 million in Series B funding at a valuation of $ 4 billion.

The round was led by BOND, with input from Insight Partners and existing investor Accel.

BrowserStack is the global leader in the cloud software testing category, with over 50,000 customers and over four million developer registrations. The investment will support BrowserStack’s strategic acquisitions, expansion of its product offerings, and continued scale and growth.

Leading brand and category before any developer

Companies today must launch software with speed and quality to remain competitive. To do this, businesses need to embrace DevOps, test more, and test quickly. However, for most businesses, testing remains the biggest bottleneck in the DevOps cycle.

BrowserStack products help developers create bug-free software for the 5 billion Internet users who access websites and mobile applications across millions of combinations of digital environments – devices, browsers, operating systems and versions. BrowserStack provides developers with instant access to a cloud platform that allows them to comprehensively test their websites and mobile applications, replacing the need for teams to own and manage in-house testing infrastructure. This means development teams can focus on building quality software quickly rather than maintaining an internal test infrastructure that is complex to build and impossible to scale.

“As software continues to rewire everything, the bar for speed and quality continues to rise, and testing software on the growing number of browsers and devices is a huge and costly challenge for development teams. have to manage themselves, ”says Jay Simons, General Partner at BOND. “BrowserStack makes this simple and cost effective, giving developers instant access to the widest range of browser and device configurations to test their applications. This product is an absolute boon for today’s web and application developers.

BrowserStack’s platform is used by developers at more than half of Fortune 500 companies. Its customers include leaders such as Google, Amazon, Microsoft, Twitter, Tesco, IKEA, Spotify, Expedia and Trivago. As a developer-focused brand, BrowserStack has focused on product-driven growth and has been profitable since its inception.

Acquisitions, innovation and rapid scale-up

BrowserStack is constantly looking for ways to make it easier for developers to the ever increasing complexity of testing in the DevOps cycle. With a global customer base in 135 countries, solving these complex problems requires innovation, creative problem solving, a deep understanding of technology, and a world-class engineering team.

“Our engineers solve problems that have never been solved before. You won’t find a solution by looking for a code snippet on the Internet, ”said Nakul Aggarwal, Co-Founder and CTO of BrowserStack. “We have made and will continue to make significant investments in hiring the best engineers who can innovate and solve complex problems for developers. “

Over the past three years, BrowserStack has more than tripled its employee base to 750+ in seven countries and opened ten new data centers around the world.

“BrowserStack has become a leader in testing by solving some complex problems for developers,” said Shekhar Kirani, Partner at Accel. “The founding team brought together some of the best talent we’ve seen to create a suite of truly scalable and innovative products. “

“We will continue to evolve rapidly across all functions to accelerate the speed at which we bring new products to market. This funding will allow us to explore the different ways we can bring new products to market – through acquisitions, through acquisitions or by investing more in our product and engineering teams, ”said Ritesh Arora, co-founder, and CEO of BrowserStack. “Our recent acquisition of Percy, a visual testing platform, was just the start. This funding will help us accelerate our journey towards realizing our vision of becoming the Internet test infrastructure. “

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