Undo, a Cambridge, UK-based developer of new software debugging technologies, raised $14m in Series B financing.
The round was led by Cambridge Innovation Capital plc (CIC), a Cambridge-based builder of technology and healthcare companies.
The company intends to use the funds to grow the software development team, accelerate product development extending its language support to include Java, Python and others, and expand its US operations.
Led by CEO and co-founder Greg Law, provides a software debugging platform featuring program execution capture & replay technology to allow vendors of complex C/C++ Linux applications to diagnose quickly severe software failures in test or in production and fix critical bugs that are impossible to reproduce (and therefore fix) by any other means.
Its products are used by many of the world’s biggest software companies including SAP, Micro Focus and Mentor Graphics.