WayScript Raises $5M in Seed Funding

WayScript, a NYC-based platform that enables developers to turn scripts into internal business applications, closed a $5m seed funding round.


The round was led by Greycroft, with participation from Tectonic Ventures, Contour Venture Partners, and angel investors Michael Stoppelman, former SVP of Engineering at Yelp, and Donald Fischer, CEO and Co-Founder of Tidelift.

The company intends to use the funds to continue to expand its team and build additional product features.

Founded in 2018 by developers Jesse Orshan and Lane Eden, WayScript provides a platform that gives developers customizability and control while supporting all of the popular programming languages, including Python, Javascript, and Java. With over 40+ integrations into key services, such as Slack, ZenDesk, and Twitter, the company’s developer-centric platform allows developers to write code in a web-based, drag-and-drop scripting environment and run their code through a workflow builder that displays the output in real-time. The interface handles the scaffolding of server development, event triggering, API integrations, and more to increase developer productivity by simplifying the creation of internal tools and bots. Use cases include running cloud functions, workflow automation, serverless applications, and data processing.



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