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SeaLights Raises $30 Million


SeaLights co-founders Eran Sher (right) and Alon Eizenman. Photo SeaLights

SeaLights, an Israeli startup that develops a Software Quality Governance platform, secured a $30 million funding round led by Red Dot Capital Partners. SeaLights has now raised a total of $50 million in funding to date.

Software Quality Governance is something that SeaLights says that it has developed on its own. SeaLights says that this new enterprise software will change the way organizations evaluate and manage the risk of software changes. By monitoring every single code change and every single test execution, SeaLights states that it provides end-to-end visibility of Quality Risks across the delivery pipeline. This enables organizations to prioritize their quality investments were most needed to guarantee the delivery of better quality software at an even faster speed.

Enterprise software, also known as enterprise application software (EAS), is computer software used to satisfy the needs of an organization rather than individual users. Such organizations include businesses, schools, interest-based user groups, clubs, charities, and governments.

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Whenever an organization has many different people working on the same project it can expect to see complications develop due to the difficulties in coordinating large teams. Having multiple teams, each working on a different part of the project, can cause further problems with how the teams interact.

The nightmare scenario for a company is seeing that the work done by various teams does not fit properly together. It’s kind of like doing a big jigsaw puzzle, getting close to the end, and finding that somewhere you must have put the wrong pieces in the wrong places.

And the longer the project takes to complete, the more likely that software used will change and so the more likely it is that mistakes will be made.

Being forced to delay a project, for any length of time and for any reason, could end up costing a business a great deal of money. So, preventing such problems is essential.

SeaWorks provides clients with the ability to see potential quality risks associated with their software changes in real-time, so as to prevent such problems.

“With the widespread adoption of DevOps, traditional software quality management is no longer fit for purpose. This is something we witnessed first-hand with customers from diverse industries, including finance, retail, insurance, telecommunications, and computer software,” said company CEO and co-founder, Eran Sher. “These organizations have been modernizing their engineering toolsets, cloud infrastructures, and microservices architectures, and require a new approach that includes data analytics and actionable insights to deliver quality at speed.”



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