Undo Software receives $1.25 funding round
Cambridge-based Undo Software has received new investment of $1.25 million led by Jaan Tallinn, Skype’s co-founder and existing financiers including the Cambridge Angels.
According to a report from TechCrunch, this was already the third round of funding for the company from the last investment it received last year. The terms of the current investment along with the other funding round were left undisclosed. TechCrunch reported that this would suggest that the company has received funding rounds that were lower than the new investment.
Undo Software offers their customers reversible debugging software that has helped app developers who are using Linux and Android. It has a lot of technical features which helps developers to record the process of the program and then do a real time rewinding of their code to locate more bugs fast. Thus, saving time and eliminating high costs.