UX Research Platform Betafi Raises $1.3 Million In Pre-Seed Round  

Betafi, a Singapore-based unified user research platform that makes it easy to capture, synthesize, and share feedback from user conversations, raised $1.3 million in pre-seed funding. The round was led by Together Fund, Entrepreneur First, and Titan Capital, with participation from Nir Eyal and founders from leading companies such as Razorpay, Pine Labs, Snapdeal, Livspace, and others.

 

Betafi, a Singapore-based unified user research platform that makes it easy to capture, synthesize, and share feedback from user conversations, raised $1.3 million in pre-seed funding. The funds will be used to fuel the continued development of its next-generation user research product and cultivate an engaged research community. It also helps Betafi build a world-class product and nurture a research-focused community. 

 “User research is still a manual process and involves a fair amount of logistics. We want to take the busy work out of the process, so you focus on what is truly important – uncovering insights. Ultimately, we really want UX research to be as ubiquitous as software testing is today,” said Arjun Arora, CEO, and co-founder, of Betafi. 

Betafi is redefining the UX research landscape by helping product teams effortlessly conduct user interviews and usability tests to validate their ideas, designs, beta software, and websites. Betafi allows customers to focus on collecting valuable insights to create amazing products by saving up to 30% of their overall research time and effort. 

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