Hatica, a San Francisco, CA-based SaaS startup that offers an engineering analytics platform, raised $3.7 million in seed funding.
The round was led by Surge, Sequoia Capital India, and Southeast Asia’s rapid scale-up program, with participation from existing investor Kae Capital, with Akshay Kothari (Notion), Apurva Dalal (Twitter), Punit Soni (Google) and Pratyus Patnaik (Okta) among others.
The fresh funds will be used for hiring and expanding its team globally.
“With Hatica, we've embarked on a mission to equip engineering leaders with crucial and actionable insights to help them build effective and happy engineering teams. We'll be utilizing the fresh funds to double down on hiring and expand the Hatica team globally to fuel our next phase of growth,” said Naomi Chopra, co-founder, and CEO of Hatica.
The firm provides development solutions that integrate and communicate with tools that software developers use, such as Github, JIRA, and CI/CD systems, along with incident management and collaboration apps.
Company: Hatica, Inc.
Round: Seed Round
Funding Month: February 2023
Lead Investors: Sequoia India and Surge
Additional Investors: Kae Capital, Akshay Kothari, Apurva Dalal, Punit Soni, and Pratyus Patnaik
Company Website: https://www.hatica.io/
Software Category: DevOps Software
About the Company: Founded in 2020 by former Uber engineers Naomi Chopra and Haritabh Singh, Hatica provides a SaaS-based engineering analytics platform that helps boost developer productivity. Hatica equips engineering leaders, managers, and software developers with software development dashboards, alongside team productivity and workflow insights, to help them drive team effectiveness, alignment, and well-being. Hatica has already onboarded many high-profile clients, including Amenify, Twitter, PayPal, Rakuten, and Okta. The company today serves over 20,000 developers and engineering leaders and is looking to eventually reach 30 million developers globally.