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A DevOps startup from Paris called Platform.sh raised $34 million to 'clone' and test apps. Here's the pitch deck that hooked investors.

A DevOps startup from Paris called Platform.sh raised $34 million to 'clone' and test apps. Here's the pitch deck that hooked investors.
Platform.sh



The startup Platform.sh creates software that helps developers "clone" applications, allowing them to test the application they're building before they release their code.




Platform.sh is now focused on targeting enterprise customers that need to manage large fleets of websites and have the goal of hitting $100 million in revenue in the next three years.




Business Insider obtained the pitch deck Platform.sh used to raise its series C round of $34 million and for sales presentations, although it has been modified to remove confidential information.




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When Platform.sh first launched in Paris in 2015, the team dove into two years of research and development, heads-down in its vision of cloning applications.
The team believed that cloning applications can help developers easily test the applications and modify features without messing up the original code. Once it's ready, they can then release their code.
"It basically took us two years to get there. It took us two years to be able to do that cloning at scale," Platform.sh co-founder and CEO Fred Plais told Business Insider. "It was very successful because we were able to do it in less than 30 seconds."
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