Acellere raises €2.25 million for its software analytics platform

Jonathan Keane

Jonathan Keane

Freelance journalist based in Dublin, Ireland covering tech news, funding, and exits
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Software startup Acellere has secured a Series A round of €2.25 million led by Capnamic Ventures and a number of business angels.

The company, based in Frankfurt, has created Gamma, a software analytics platform to assist developers in identifying and mitigating bugs and structural issues in software code and to prioritise problems with the integration of AI components. It’s used by companies in the finance, automotive, and energy sectors.

“With software now inextricably intertwined with every aspect of our lives and increasingly complex in its design, it is crucial that our tools match its ever-growing capability,” said Vishal Rai, CEO. “Our mission at Acellere is to enable companies to improve upon their software development processes through Gamma.”

The new funds will be used to bolster R&D for the platform and further develop its AI features.

“This funding, led by our excellent partners like Capnamic and our angels, will assist us in furthering that technology and work to alleviate some of the pain points customers face in their software development,” said Rai.

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