Undo Software, a Cambridge, UK-based developer of tools designed to allow developers to fix bugs in minutes, has raised its first injection of external capital.
The amount of the funding was not disclosed.
Backers in the round include Peter Harverson and other four investors from the Cambridge Angels.
The company intends to use the funds to grow its sales and to bring its tools to new platforms.
Founded in 2005 by CEO Greg Law, Undo Software has developed UndoDB, which helps Linux developers debug complex code, in pre-eminent research establishments and in fortune 500 companies alike. It integrates seamlessly into Linux developers’ existing tool-chains and workflows.