Sleuth, a San Francisco, CA-based DORA metrics tracker that tracks engineering productivity metrics without spying on developers, raised $22 million in Series A funding to help teams track and improve engineering efficiency.
The round was led by Felicis, joined by Menlo Ventures with participation from CRV.
This Series A funding help Sleuth on its mission to transform how developers, managers, and the rest of your organization understand and improve efficiency.
Company: Sleuth Enterprises, Inc.
Round: Series A
Funding Month: May 2022
Lead Investors: Felicis
Additional Investors: Menlo Ventures and CRV
Company Website: https://www.sleuth.io/
Software Category: Application Development Software
About the Company: Sleuth helps businesses track and improve DORA metrics, loved by both managers and developers providing great support. Furthermore, developers can also use Sleuth to get a competitive view of current and upcoming deployments and the impact of their releases. Sleuth tracks everything. Using Sleuth, teams can reduce the stress associated with deployments and improve Accelerate metrics. It also offers clarity and control over deployments, which in turn gives them the confidence to ship faster. Sleuth empowers developers to automate manual deployment steps, such as approvals and promotion to environments. It provides centralized visibility into software delivery performance and progress, plus automation that empowers developers to make frequent deploys easier and less stressful.