Autify is a true no-code web application that allows anyone to easily create, run, and automate software testing scenarios without programming knowledge or automation skills. Autify, launched in 2019, is already implemented in a large number of B2C and B2B SaaS companies and organizations in Japan and worldwide including Unity, DeNA, ZOZO, Q4 and others customers. With the recently announced launch of Autify for mobile, Autify now officially has the widest range of solutions by application and user type.

“With 75% of companies worldwide still performing software development testing manually, Autify hopes to disrupt the $1.3 trillion global testing market by providing a no-code application for automated testing,” said Ryo Chikazawa, co-founder and CEO of Autify. “Autify’s three-pronged approach to test automation – no-code, powered by AI, and customer success – helps address challenges that have plagued the testing market for far too long, such as labor shortages, high maintenance costs and technical difficulties. The best part of it all is that Autify manages to solve these problems without having to sacrifice product quality at any stage of development.”

“Even though Autify started in Japanthe vision of their no-code solution is to advance software test automation not only in Japan, but also globally. Japanese startups are just starting to take interest in the global market and Autify is a standard bearer for this trend. This is one of the reasons we are particularly excited about the company,” said Masaya Kubota, Partner at WiL. “Autify’s big overall vision is backed by a strong product and a well-thought-out go-to-market approach.”

“Autify has solved software test automation problems that companies have struggled with for years,” said Salil Deshpande, founder of Bain-backed Uncorrelated Ventures which invests in infrastructure software. “Autify’s AI-assisted browser-based no-code testing is easy to introduce into projects – but most importantly, the tests aren’t fragile, and that’s the holy grail.”

Autify plans to use the new funding to accelerate global expansion and support new product development, including the launch of Autify for Mobile for native app testing.

With remote working becoming the norm in many companies around the world, software developers and QA teams are finding it increasingly difficult to prepare and manage mobile devices for manual testing. Sending devices to each other just isn’t efficient. With Autify for Mobile, anyone can easily create and run test cases just by using their mobile app on a web browser, without the need to prepare real mobile devices with different combinations of operating systems, device sizes, and mobile devices. screen, network operators and usage scenarios. In addition to making mobile application testing more efficient, Autify for Mobile is also poised to dramatically increase overall QA productivity as users can now use the same platform to manage web testing and mobiles.

“Our QA team has done manual testing, but regression testing takes longer with each release,” said Yusuke Konishisoftware engineer at Kyash Inc. “We decided to implement Autify for mobile to expand our QA capabilities without having to hire more people. We hope to create an automated testing system that can be used by members without development experience.

Autify key features (for web and now mobile app testing):

  • Simultaneous cross-browser and multi-device testing: There’s no need to create a test environment for every browser you want to test, nor to prepare real devices or manage device farms for these tests.
  • Automatic repair with AI: Autify’s AI will detect any source code and UI changes and automatically fix the test case on every run. This eliminates the need to manually fix broken test scripts every time there is a new version.
  • Visual Regression: As development speeds up and UI changes become more frequent, Autify’s Visual Regression automatically detects changes and allows you to run tests without maintenance.

Access Autify for mobile here.

About Authify

Autify makes it easy for anyone to automate web and mobile app testing without having to code. Our three-pronged approach of focusing on no-code, AI, and customer success has helped us address issues of labor shortages, high maintenance costs, and technical difficulties that hindered the automation of software testing, while reducing the cost of these tasks.

About the World Innovation Lab (WiL)

Wil is a US & Japanventure capital firm based with capital from governments and large global corporations in Japan and all along Asia, including Sony, Suzuki, NTT, KDDI and 7-Eleven. WiL helps US startups grow Japan and Asia, and Japanese startups are growing all over the world. With our corporate investors as partners, we invest in digital transformation. Recent investments include Aiven, Asana, Auth0, DataRobot, MURAL, Sendbird, SmartHR, Unqork, and Wise. Our mission is to be the bridge between startups and businesses around the world – starting with Japan and the United States.

About uncorrelated companies

Uncorrelated Ventures was founded by Salil Deshpande with support from Bain to focus on open source and infrastructure software, both traditional and decentralized. During more than 14 years as a managing partner and managing director at Bay Partners and Bain Capital, Salil has invested over $350 million in more than 50 companies, including MuleSoft, DynaTrace, Buddy Media, SpringSource, Redis Labs, SysDig, Jambool, Dropcam, Tealium, Sonatype, Frame, DataStax, Netdata, Quantum Metric, Philz Coffee, Upgrade and DeFi Compound and Maker projects. Salil was on the Forbes Midas list of the world’s top 100 most successful venture capitalists in 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, and 2019, and Business Insider’s first Seed-100 list of top 100 venture capitalists. best-performing bootstraps in 2021. .

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SOURCE Autify, Inc.

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