2015 is already looking bright for SiteSpect, as the popular testing platform revealed that it received $13 million in minority financing. - See more at: http://www.websitemagazine.com/content/blogs/posts/archive/2015/01/09/si...
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SiteSpect, a Boston-based software company that enables large-scale websites to run experiments in an effort to benefit their users, has raised $13 million, marking the first time it's accepted outside investment in the company's decade-long history.
NewSpring Capital, a family of private equity funds, announced today that NewSpring Growth Capital, the firm's dedicated technology and business services growth equity fund, has invested $13 million in a minority financing in SiteSpect, Inc. ("SiteSpect"). This represents the fund's sixth deal of 2014 as a closing was held on December 29, 2014.
SiteSpect this week announced a key expansion to its APIs, enabling "automated optimization and broad programmatic control, helping customers accelerate the velocity of their testing program."
When companies release new features and websites consumers are expecting a perfect product with no glitches.
Leading digital optimization platform, SiteSpect, announced today that it has extended the functionality of its platform with the release of major expansion to its APIs.
SiteSpect has expanded its APIs to include to include campaign testing automation. Read more here: http://www.techradar.com/us/news/internet/web/sitespect-expands-its-apis...
SiteSpect, the leading provider of testing and optimization solutions, announced today that it has released a major expansion to its APIs, which extend the functionality of its platform. The APIs enable automated optimization and broad programmatic control over SiteSpect, helping customers accelerate the velocity of their testing program as well as quantify ROI and mitigate risk in releasing new features that affect the digital user experience.
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