Svix, a Tel Aviv, Israel – based webhooks as a service company, raised $2.6m in pre-seed funding.
Backers included Y Combinator and Aleph.
The company intends to use the funds to expand its development, commercial, and operations teams, along with its market availability.
Led by Tom Hacohen, CEO, Svix provides Webhooks as a Service (WaaS), which enables organizations to incorporate added functionality by leveraging an API. The platform offers users end-to-end coverage with built-in monitoring, reliability features such as debugging from browser, testing environments, and SOC 2 security compliance. The company triggers API notifications that enable no-code and low-code integrations ranging from Stripe to slack bots.
The platform is also SOC 2 compliant and takes care of security, scalability, and ongoing maintenance, and offers SDKs for many of the most popular programming languages. A pre-built app portal is also available to customers, allowing them to offer their users easy management, debugging, monitoring, and testing directly from the browser.