Qualiti.ai Secures $6.5 Million in Seed Funding to Revolutionize Software Testing with AI Automation

Sierra Ventures Leads Funding Round for Utah-based AI Software Testing Solution


Qualiti.ai, a software test automation solution based in Utah, has successfully closed a Seed funding round of $6.5 million. The funding round was led by Sierra Ventures, with participation from Epic Ventures.

Founded by industry veterans Peter West (CEO) and Jeff Handy (COO), Qualiti.ai employs AI to automate the testing of any software product without requiring human input. In a remarkable feat, Qualiti can set up a full test suite in just 15 minutes, eliminating the need for human effort in test authoring and maintenance.

The AI-driven platform takes care of test creation, ongoing maintenance, real-time result triaging, and bug reporting, all without human intervention. This unique approach has the potential to reduce a company’s engineering budget by up to 30%.

With an impressive customer base growth rate of 340% MoM and continuing to rise, Qualiti.ai plans to utilize the funding to expand its sales efforts and strengthen its engineering team. Positioned as an all-in-one QA tool, Qualiti aims to transform the way software is developed by providing engineers with nearly instantaneous feedback as they push new code, thereby enhancing development efficiency.

“Many AI companies in the market today are centered around chatbot technologies, often serving as glorified grammar checkers. However, it’s time for AI to take over the heavy lifting, and Qualiti has achieved that for testing. We are the pioneers of a truly hands-off, no-human-work-needed AI-managed solution in the testing domain,” stated Peter West, CEO of Qualiti.ai.

Mark Fernandes, Managing Director at Sierra Ventures, highlighted the disruptive potential of Qualiti.ai: “Qualiti has an opportunity to disrupt the test automation industry, which is in desperate need of true innovation. The rapid adoption of their solution by developers at very selective companies is evidence that the team has hit a nerve.”

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