Crittercism, a San Francisco, California-based developer of Mobile Performance Management solutions, raised $12m in Series B funding.
The round led by existing investor Google Ventures with participation from Shasta Ventures and Opus Capital. In conjunction with the funding, Wesley Chan, general partner at Google Ventures, joined the company’s board.
Led by Andrew Levy, co-founder and CEO, Crittercism provides a mobile application performance management (APM) solution that allows developers and IT operations to have a real-time global view of app diagnostics and app crashes across iOS, Android, Windows Phone 8, Hybrid and HTML5 apps.
The company also announced a new service that will report back on the performance of outside cloud services and network conditions as they relate to the performance of their apps.
Crittercism is currently hiring (read here).