Prodly, a Palo Alto, Calf.-based low-code Salesforce DevOps provider, raised $10m in Series A funding.
The round was led by Leta Capital, with participation from TMT Investments, AltaIR Capital, and Flyer One Ventures and existing investors Shasta Ventures, Norwest Venture Partners and AvanTech Ventures.
The company intends to use the funds to expand its next-generation DevOps solutions to additional low code cloud platforms.
Led by Max Rudman, CEO, Prodly provides the AppOps suite, which automates release management, sandbox seeding, and regression testing for Salesforce. Designed for non-coders, the company’s solutions simplify change management so companies can accelerate innovation on the Salesforce platform without introducing risk to critical business processes.
Today, Prodly enables change management workflows for high-growth and Fortune 100 companies, including Cardinal Health, Nutanix, Johnson & Johnson, Splunk, and Verizon.