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Bugsnag provides software teams with an automated crash detection platform for their web and mobile applications. It creates an ownership mentality with all developers by enabling them to proactively see the effects of their code.

TypePrivate
Founded2013
HQSan Francisco, CA, US
Websitebugsnag.com
Employee Ratings5

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Employees (est.) (Jun 2021)72(+2%)
Cybersecurity ratingAMore

Key People/Management at Bugsnag

James Smith

James Smith

CEO & Co-Founder
Jordan Golinkoff

Jordan Golinkoff

Senior Data Scientist, Pandora
Simon Maynard

Simon Maynard

CTO & Co-Founder
Kirti Dewan

Kirti Dewan

VP of Marketing
Duncan Hewett

Duncan Hewett

VP of Product
Natalie Douvos

Natalie Douvos

VP of Customer Success
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Bugsnag Office Locations

Bugsnag has offices in San Francisco and Bath
San Francisco, CA, US (HQ)
110 Sutter St, San Francisco
Bath, GB
The Old Malthouse, 18 Clarence St
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Bugsnag Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2013

Bugsnag total Funding

$17.6 m

Bugsnag latest funding size

$9 m

Time since last funding

3 years ago

Bugsnag investors

Bugsnag's latest funding round in January 2018 was reported to be $9 m. In total, Bugsnag has raised $17.6 m
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Bugsnag Operating Metrics

Jan, 2018

Paying Customers

4.5 k
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Bugsnag Cybersecurity Score

Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

A

90/100

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Bugsnag Online and Social Media Presence

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Bugsnag News and Updates

Bugsnag announces new error monitoring features for DevOps teams

Bugsnag Inc., maker of a stability management software solution, today announced the addition of new error monitoring features aimed at dramatically simplifying application development and accelerating the debugging process. DevOps teams depend on collaboration, communication and visibility into co…

Bugsnag picks up $9M to help companies develop more reliable applications

Bugsnag Inc., a San Francisco-based startup tackling application errors, today announced that it has landed a $9 million funding round backed by Alphabet Inc.’s GV investment arm. Returning investors Benchmark Capital and Matrix Partners contributed as well. Bugsnag has won the support of such promi…

Crash detection platform Bugsnag raised $9 million last year from GV and other investors

Bugsnag, an automated error monitoring platform for software developers, has revealed it raised a $9 million series B round last year, with GV (formerly Google Ventures) joining existing investors including Benchmark Capital and Matrix Partners. The series B round, which closed in February 2017, was…

Bugsnag Blogs

How stability targets keep your apps on the mark

Should applications be released when we don’t know how stable the user experience is? The obvious answer is the right one: of course not. Application stability is the most important metric that software companies can use. Yet many organizations don’t measure stability at all. Or, if they track …

Track your stability score with new stability targets

The stability score is a simple and powerful metric that many organizations have adopted as a KPI. By aligning teams around application stability, it’s now easier than ever to answer the age-old development question, “Should we be working on new features or fixing bugs?â€� To make this metric e…

How can server-side breadcrumbs stop debugging headaches?

For server-side issues there’s an expectation that logs should be used for everything, including tracking incoming requests, the actions taken during those requests, and any jobs scheduled to run. With the recent addition of server-side breadcrumbs to our Ruby notifier all these events can be auto…

The most actionable way to detect and fix Android ANRs

For Android users, Application Not Responding (ANR) messages appear when an application “hangsâ€� for a certain period of time. The user is truly stuck, and this unhelpful ANR message is anything but fun: Since the only two available options are to wait (not ideal) or to force-quit the app (def…

Building native plugins for Unity games

Unity is a cross-platform game engine and development environment for creating 2D and 3D games for Windows, Linux, macOS, mobile devices, web browsers, and gaming consoles. While Unity games are primarily scripted in C#, the game engine also supports platform-specific code written in C-based languag…

How to avoid delivering a crash-prone Android app

This blog post has been adapted from a popular conference talk given at DroidCon SF, AnDevCon, and various other company conferences. Learn about the common reasons Android apps crash and key takeaways for how to avoid them. Whether you’ve recently launched an Android app or are in the proces…
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Bugsnag Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Bugsnag founded?

    Bugsnag was founded in 2013.

  • Who are Bugsnag key executives?

    Bugsnag's key executives are James Smith, Jordan Golinkoff and Simon Maynard.

  • How many employees does Bugsnag have?

    Bugsnag has 72 employees.

  • Who are Bugsnag competitors?

    Competitors of Bugsnag include Instabug, Telzio and Mobile Solutions Services.

  • Where is Bugsnag headquarters?

    Bugsnag headquarters is located at 110 Sutter St, San Francisco, San Francisco.

  • Where are Bugsnag offices?

    Bugsnag has offices in San Francisco and Bath.

  • How many offices does Bugsnag have?

    Bugsnag has 2 offices.