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Autify raised $13M and launched Zenes, an AI-powered software quality assurance agent

Autify, an AI-powered test automation platform, recently raised $13 million in Series B funding to expand into new markets like Korea, and further develop Zenes, its generative AI-powered quality engineering product that automatically generates test case code by analyzing product requirements.

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by Ellie Ramirez-Camara
Autify raised $13M and launched Zenes, an AI-powered software quality assurance agent
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Autify is a San Francisco and Tokyo-based AI-powered automation testing platform. Its flagship product is Autify NoCode, a platform that enables users to create automated tests regardless of their coding expertise. Test scenarios are created by interacting with the application and NoCode takes charge of much of the rest, performing simultaneous cross-browser tests and maintaining the test scenarios, so they reflect the most up-to-date UI changes.

Autify recently announced it closed a $13 million Series B led by the prominent Japanese venture capital fund Globis Capital Partners and LG Technology Ventures. The Series B round also counted the participation from World Innovation Lab, Salesforce Ventures, Archetype Ventures, and Uncorrelated Ventures. The funding will boost Autify's plans to expand from its core markets in the US and Japan into the Korean market and reinforce its LG CNS collaboration. Autify is also leveraging the funds to bolster the generative AI-powered quality engineering platform built around Zenes, Autify's most recent offering.

Currently launched as an early access beta, Zenes is an AI agent capable of generating test case code by analyzing product requirement documents. Autify claims it has slashed the time its QA team spends creating test cases by more than half by applying Zenes to its process. Once the user uploads their documents in one of the several supported formats, Zenes will generate an outline of test cases based on the product specifications which the users can edit for increased accuracy. Once the outline is approved, Zenes will generate the automated test code. This code can be edited using generative AI-powered code completion. The early access waitlist for the product can be accessed at the Zenes website.

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