Cloud-based Browser testing platform LambdaTest has raised $6 Mn funding in an apparent Series A funding round. The round was led by Sequoia Capital India’s accelerator program Surge while existing investors Blume Ventures and Leo Capital also participated in the round.
LambdaTest is part of the Surge’s on-going fourth cohort. The San Francisco based startup is a second startup from the fourth cohort to receive funding from Surge. The other being former Uber India Chief Bhavik Rathod’s edutech startup Kyt Academy.
The three year old startup will use the fresh capital infusion for ramping up its testing ecosystem and for creating an efficient cloud infrastructure for developers and the testing community.
Founded in 2017 by Asad Khan and Jay Singh, LambdaTest claims to be the most powerful cloud based cross browser testing platform. It allows users to test any website, web page & web app on any browser as well as any operating system.
However, this testing happens through an integrated cloud infrastructure, which the company claims helps in creating best possible web related products in shortest possible time.
Although currently we don’t have any information about company’s revenue, profit & other critical business metrics, the startup claims to have many impressive market traction by its side. For instance, the platform claims that until today nearly 12 Mn tests have been conducted by individuals, small companies and fortune 500 companies. Additionally, the company claims that its customers hail from as many as 135 countries.
Given that globally internet penetration is increasing at breathtaking pace over the last few years, software testing has emerged as a highly lucrative market. But this market is equally witnessing intense competition as small and big companies are vying for a rapidly increasing market share.
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