Mabl, a software testing company, has raised $77 million from Vista’s Endeavor Fund. mabl’s test automation solution helps software teams dramatically reduce the effort to create, run, and manage reliable end-end user interface and API tests.
mabl raises $77 million from Vista’s Endeavor Fund
mabl is an enterprise SaaS company specializing in intelligent test automation. Their solution enables developers to automate tests to improve performance and reduce costs. They do so through a combination of features such as ease of use, rich diagnostic data, and native enterprise integrations. Their customers include industry leaders such as Dollar Shave Club and DataRobot.
Mabl has garnered a whopping $77 million in funding to date. This includes a $40 million Series C round led by Vista Equity Partners’ Endeavor Fund and existing investors. They also boast an impressive 125 person consulting team. Their headquarters is located in Boston, Massachusetts. It’s no secret that mabl has been on a tear lately, growing their customer base by leaps and bounds. It’s no surprise, then, that their latest round of funding was the most lucrative yet.
There is a lot of competition out there, especially in the test automation space, but mabl has a leg up on the competition. Their solutions are a win-win for developers and enterprises alike. Mabl’s newest crop of users include industry leaders such as Dollar Shave Club, DataRobot, and NCR. The company also boasts a robust set of features, such as an easy to use dashboard, native enterprise integrations, and a unified platform. It’s no wonder that mabl’s eponymous product is gaining traction in the enterprise space.
mabl’s test automation solution helps software teams dramatically reduce the effort to create, run, and manage reliable end-end user interface and API tests
Founded by Dan Belcher and Izzy Azeri, Mabl is an end-to-end test automation solution that helps software teams dramatically reduce the effort it takes to create, run, and manage reliable end-end user interface and API tests. The company’s solution combines human and machine intelligence to provide a comprehensive testing solution that automates test creation, testing, and maintenance.
Its primarily cloud-based solution eliminates the need for an external testing infrastructure. Its low-code interface enables teams with varying degrees of technical expertise to easily create and maintain test cases. The company offers several out-of-the-box integrations with popular DevOps toolchains, including GitLab, CircleCI, and Bitbucket. Its pricing is team-based and built to scale with the business.
Its release coverage features allow users to see real-time test results. This includes total tests run, passing rate, and key quality metrics. Using this information, teams can identify areas of their applications that need more coverage. They can focus on those areas while monitoring their progress.
The company also offers a Growth plan that enables teams to expand their test coverage by testing against more browsers and devices. Its auto-heal capabilities enable teams to maintain and evolve their tests as UI changes occur.
Mabl’s integration with Jira provides automated test generation and error reporting. The company’s issue ticketing tool automatically pulls in test execution data to reduce the time spent on back-and-forth conversations with developers.
mabl’s total raised to date to $77 million
Touted as the low-code test automation solution of choice, Mabl has had a big year. The company is on track to hit $1 million in revenue by the end of the month. Mabl boasts a whopping 61 employees and an avg user count of 68. The company has also wowed the competition with some impressive customer retention numbers. Among its more than 900 clients are Fortune 500 companies such as Amazon, Google, Microsoft and HP. The company has also announced some impressive new partnerships. Mabl has a new avvy on the way for its Japanese users. o Despite its modest size, the company has managed to carve out a sizable presence in the Japanese testing space.
The company has also managed to get a piece of the action in China and South Korea, where the aforementioned avvy has a hefty budget to play with. A more than capable management team has helped make this a success. o Despite a tumultuous start to the year, Mabl has managed to keep a positive attitude. Its latest venture into China has been a pleasant experience for everyone involved.