A lot of companies are now trying to give their developers access to their services with help of APIs. This has become very popular in the global tech market.
Moesif, which is basically a San Francisco based startup, has come up with a plan where they will try to help different companies to have a very clear insight about how the customer is using the API of their platform. This technology has made a lot of people interested and this is the reason they were able to raise a total of $3.5 million in seed funding. This round of investment was led by Merus Capital. Some of the companies who took part in this round of investment are Zach Coelius, Fresco Capital, and Heavy bit. This round of investment was very successful for Moesif.
The chief executing officer and co-founder of Moesif, Derric Gilling is trying to build a tool like the Google Analytics, but it will help companies to track the web application of the customers who are using API.
In today’s world, more and more companies are trying to build an API and this is the reason why it was so important to design a tool which will help the company keep track of all changes made to the API by the customer. API is generally used by people who have a good knowledge about coding otherwise users will have no idea what to do. This app, which is being designed by Moesif will definitely help other companies to keep their data secure and also help the customers solve the problems related to the API. This type of tool will definitely help to bring revolution to the market.
The company Moesif is now basically aiming on two customers for their tools primarily. The first set of customers will be developers who will be using this application for monitoring purposes and the second target group for this tool will be businesses which use API so that they are able to track the API of their customers.
It is expected that Moesif will soon be coming out with a new prototype and as soon as it launched. They will be back again in the market to raise some more money so that they are able to hit the market as soon as possible.