Evinced bags  $38 million Series B funding by Insight Partners

Evinced, a pioneer in available web and mobile development, declared a $38 million Series B funding round.
Navin Thadan, CEO of Evinced

Evinced, a pioneer in available web and mobile development, declared a $38 million Series B funding round. The round, which raised $57 million to date, was led by international software investor Insight Partners and included existing investors M12 (Microsoft’s venture fund), BGV, Capital One Ventures, and Engineering Capital.

The continuous expansion of Evinced’s mobile offerings is another intriguing aspect of the Series B funding. Because of Evinced’s “software-first” philosophy, availability is firmly anchored in every line of code that programmers enter into the software development process. As a result, internal engineering governance and accessibility resources can collaborate effectively to increase market time while significantly lowering business risk.

“What we’re seeing is pent-up demand. Since we solved most of the technical problems that made large enterprises rely on a manual approach to digital accessibility in the first place, they’re excited to see that finally, they can truly “shift left,” which makes everyone – customers, employees, and the world – a winner.”

Navin Thadan, co-founder and CEO, Evinced.


To help corporate devs incorporate accessibility into the creation of their iOS and Android mobile apps, Evinced debuted the first comprehensive portfolio of products available in the market last year. Evinced mobile accessibility services are scale-built and can be used by any enterprise programmer looking to evaluate a mobile app for serious accessibility flaws—over 70% of internet users are expected to use only their devices to get online by 2025.

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