App development platform Fuse has completed its Series A funding round, in which it raised $12m, bringing its overall funding total since launch to $19m. Northzone and Alliance Venture, both of which have supported Fuse for some time, participated in the round.
Fuse provides a real-time app development platform, where developers and designers can work together, reducing development time, increasing collaboration, and making the overall process more fun and inclusive. The real time aspect helps create better user interfaces and in-app experiences.
Anders Lassen, Fuse’s CEO, said:
“Winning today’s app battles comes down to having killer UX. We hear the demand loud and clear for a faster, more effective way to build apps that deliver great user experience. The early response to our platform has been extremely validating to our mission, and the added excitement from the investor community is just fantastic.”
The funding will be used to build Fuse’s product roadmap, following its beta release in 2016, which won plenty of support in the U.S. and internationally.