VIRTUOSO RASIES $13.3M TO MAKE TESTING SIMPLER AND FASTER

November 18, 2021 | 2 minutes read

With an aim to support the quality assurance process Virtuoso raises $13.3M in Series A round led by Paladin Capital.

Virtuoso is a UK-based Software as a service (SaaS) platform. It aims to support the quality assurance processes in software service-providing companies. In the latest development, Virtuoso raises $13.3 million in the Series A funding led by Paladin Capital.

It uses Machine Learning and Robotic Process Automation (RPA) to make the process of testing efficient and easy. With help of this, quality assurance teams can find loopholes in the applications much faster than before.  This enables the software companies to provide more accurate and optimized applications to the clients.

Because when web or mobile applications come into the limelight the role of developers and quality assurance teams does not end. The support team remains always active and makes sure to incorporate any bugs that users may report. This happens because the quality assurance teams can not test the whole application completely because of natural limitations.

Virtuoso assessed this gap in the market at the right time. Because the market of software testing automation is mushrooming as it is expected to reach $28.8B in 2024 as per Global Market Insights. Therefore, Virtuoso aims to create completely autonomous platforms and enable software testing in plain English.

“The way software testing is currently being done is not fit for purpose. When done inefficiently, the QA and testing process can be a big barrier to growth. We want to change that,” said Adil Mohammed, founder, and CEO of Virtuoso.

With this funding, the startup aims to expand its services, develop its product, and expand the sales team to increase the U.S. market share.

There are some essential quality assurance activities that make software development handy. Similarly, there are many challenges in test automation processes but their benefits are more. This is the reason that software quality assurance has become extremely popular these days.