San Francisco mobile app performance platform Crittercism takes home $30M in funding
Mobile app performance monitor Crittercism has closed $30 million in a new funding round with Scale Venture Partners as the lead investor. InterWest Partners, Accenture, and VMWare also contributed to the financing, according to TechCrunch.
Co-founder Andrew Levy said the company will use the new capital for its expansion into South America, Asia Pacific and Europe. It will also be used for Crittercism's "enterprise initiatives," the report detailed.
The latest funding brings Crittercism's total raised capital to $48 million. Google Ventures, Shasta Ventures, and Opus Capital backed the company's previous rounds. Netflix, Yahoo, and Pinterest are among the company's customers, the report added.
Meanwhile, Crittercism has struck a deal with Accenture for its technology to be used in the latter's mobile designing and testing offering, which is called the Accenture Application Factory. In addition, Crittercism will also release its own set of new services which will eliminate the need for a source code in app monitoring, TechCrunch reported.
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