Split, a Redwood City, CA-based platform for feature experimentation, closed a $17m Series B funding.
The round, which brought total funding to date to $26.8m, was led by LightSpeed Venture Partners with participation from existing investor Accel Partners, and new investor Harmony Partners.
The company intends to use the funds to grow its global engineering team, and expand its go-to-market operations across the U.S. via product management, customer success, sales and marketing.
Led by Adil Aijaz, co-founder and CEO, Split provides a feature experimentation platform that unifies continuous delivery and full-stack experimentation, enabling engineering and product teams to accelerate product delivery and make data-driven decisions.
The company’s platform offers enterprises a secure way to roll out software, target specific features to customers, and measure and analyze the impact of features on key metrics. It can ingest and process the full spectrum of an organization’s product metrics and tie them back to actual features within the product.