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Evinced Raises $57 Million for Mobile Tech


Evinced, an Israeli startup that offers accessible web and mobile development, raised $38 million in a Series B funding round led by global software investor Insight Partners with participation from existing investors M12 (Microsoft’s venture fund), BGV, Capital One Ventures, and Engineering Capital. The company has now raised a total of $57 million to date.

Founded in 2018 by CEO Navin Thadani and CTO Gal Moav and launched in 2021, Evinced offers software for integrating accessibility into web and mobile development. Evinced boasts that its powerful suite of tools enable developers and accessibility professionals to automatically find, cluster, and track accessibility issues, reduce reliance on manual processes, minimize risk, and speed up their time to market. Evinced is headquartered in California, with offices across the US, Europe, and Israel, and is backed by leading investors like Insight Partners, M12 (Microsoft’s venture arm), BGV, Capital One Ventures, and others.

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Evinced says that its software-first approach means accessibility is “bolted” into every line of code that developers commit into the software development cycle. This allows internal accessibility resources to build effective partnerships with internal engineering leadership, dramatically improving speed to market while minimizing business risk.

“What we’re seeing is pent-up demand,” said co-founder and CEO Navin Thadani. “Since we solved most of the technical problems that made large enterprises rely on a manual approach to digital accessibility in the first place, they’re excited to see that finally they can truly “shift left,” which makes everyone – customers, employees, and the world – a winner.”



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