Propelo (previously known as LevelOps) wants to bring order to this chaos. It aims to build an “AI-driven engineering excellence platform” that brings together a set of machine learning-powered analytics services. Also, no-code robotic process automation (RPA) tools help users turn these data points into something actionable.

The company today announced that it has raised a $12 million Series A funding round led by Decibel Partners. Fike Ventures, Eniac Ventures and Fathom Capital also participated in this round.

“You’re not focusing on the core of your businesses but you start hacking together a solution — and there’s always one more tool. And even if you get these tools, you don’t know what to measure. You won’t have access to the advances that a purpose-built solution like ours brings to the table, and more importantly, you don’t have actionability.”

Propelo founder and CEO Nishant Doshi

Using its AI smarts, Propelo can then help its users discover hidden bottlenecks. That is to predict when a sprint will likely slip. Indeed, data hygiene — and updating Jira tickets — isn’t something most developers really want to think about, so Propelo can regularly nudge them to do so. Current Propelo users include the likes of Broadcom and CDK Global.

“Propelo provides us the data-driven insights on how to reduce DevOps friction and reduce wasted motions at a very granular per scrum team level. This helps us with maximizing the efficiency of additional engineering investments and removing pain points for engineers. ,” 

 Joe Chen,
a VP of Engineering at Broadcom in charge of security technologies and endpoint solutions.

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