Uizard Technologies raised $2.8 million in a seed funding round led by Nordic VC firm byFounders.

Denmark Investments 09 September 2019
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Uizard Technologies, a COpenhagen, Denmark-based company working on a framework solution that transforms app sketches into prototypes, announced that it completed a $2.8M capital investment round.

The funding round was led by the Danish VC company byFounders, and included a multitude of other US-based investors - LDV Capital, av8 Ventures, New York Venture Partners, Scott Kurnit, Julia Qiu, Lars Houbak, and Alex Spiro.

At the same time, Uizard announced the hiring of a Chief Commercial Officer - Rizwan Khan, known as formerly sales executive and first international business hire at InVision.

Uizard Tchnologies, founded in 2017 by Florian van Schreven, Henrik Haugbølle, Ioannis Sintos and CEO Tony Beltramelli, built a software solution that automatically turn design mockups into source code that developers can plug into their backend code. The mockups can be drawn with pen and paper, photographed, and then uploaded to Uizard, which uses machine learning and computer vision to turn them into a basic prototype for almost immediate testing.

Prior to this deal, in spring of 2018, Uizard Technologies raised $800k in seed capital from Danish and international investors.