Mesmer Launches With $15M Series A to Use Software Robots to Offload the Manual Parts of Mobile Software Development
Founded by the team from Zenprise, Mesmer is the only RPA company focused on the development organization, freeing up 40% of the developer’s time by automatically testing apps from a customer’s perspective ...
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Mesmer Launches with $15M Series A
PALO ALTO, CA, Mesmer has launched from stealth mode and announced a $15 million Series A round led by Intel Capital, with participation from True Ventures.Click ...
Intel-backed Mesmer emerges from stealth to automate mobile app testing
Mesmer, a startup largely backed by Intel Capital, emerged from stealth today bearing robotic process automation (RPA) technology designed to drastically reduce the amount of time and effort it takes to perform customer experience testing for mobile
RPA startup Mesmer launches from stealth mode with $15m Series A led by Intel
The RPA startup Mesmer -- founded by the Zenprise team -- is aiming to offload repetitive processes in app development to AI-powered bots Mesmer is headquartered in Palo Alto, California. ...
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Mesmer Launches with $15 Million Series A to Use Software Robots to Offload the Manual Parts of Mobile Software Development
Founded by the Team from Zenprise, Mesmer Is the Only RPA Company Focused on the Development Organization, Freeing up 40% of the Developer’s Time by Automatically Testing Apps from a Customer’s Perspective.
Start-Up Uses AI Bots for Mobile App Testing
Leveraging computer vision and natural language processing, start-up Mesmer has emerged from stealth with AI bots to relieve human developers from the time-consuming task of customer experience testing of mobile apps.
Robot workforce evolves from mimicking tasks to taking on jobs
The success of early RPA efforts is leading to an expansion of automation beyond tasks and into job roles. This next generation of robot workforce is starting to personalize automation in a way that could be a direct replacement for humans -- for bet