Headquartered in San Francisco, Bugsnag provides software development teams with an automated crash detection platform for their web and mobile applications.
To date, Bugsnag has processed over 1 billion application crashes from thousands of top technology companies, including Walmart, Genentech, SugarCRM and Path.
Bugsnag Inc. was founded by James Smith and Simon Maynard, and launched in September 2012.
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CEO and Co-founder
James has a track record of building successful apps. As CTO of Heyzap, James led the product team and helped scale the company to over 10 million users.
CTO and Co-founder
Simon has over ten years experience in product development, engineering and management, helping tech giants such as Vodafone, Thales, and Swiss Re build and scale their business-critical applications.
Conrad is a prolific open-source contributor, a maintainer of popular projects such as pry and gist and creator of pry-rescue, showterm.io, Rescue.js and other popular projects.
Lead Product Designer
Equal parts front-end engineer and designer, Max brings his deep expertise in product design and interactive data visualization to Bugsnag.
Jessica is an engineer whose expertise runs the gamut from developing rich in-browser applications to building service-oriented backends.
Since its inception in 1977, Matrix Partners has been fortunate to play an active role in the development of many successful businesses, 50 of which went on to initial public offerings, and 75 of which have gone on to profitable M&A events.
Andy McLoughlin is co-founder of Huddle, the enterprise cloud collaboration company. Huddle is used by more than 100,000 businesses worldwide and has raised more than $40M in venture funding from leading investors. Andy is also an active early-stage angel investor, lending his expertise to top companies like Postmates, Buffer and Intercom.
Jason Seats is the Managing Director of Techstars in Austin. Prior to joining Techstars, Jason was a founder of Slicehost, an early cloud computing hosting company. In 2008 Slicehost was acquired by Rackspace and became the core for the initial Cloud Servers product.