ShepHertz Technologies, a cloud based back end technology platform company, has raised an undisclosed amount from Kae Capital, Mumbai Angels and Blume Ventures, according to a new report.
The Backend as a service company lets developers easy to build and deploy applications on its cloud based platform.
Kae capital invests in early stage startups and counts companies like Healthkart, Cloudbyte and Apalya Technologies in its portfolio. The Mumbai Angels netowrk typically invests $100,000- $500,000 in early stage startups.
App42, the platform from ShepHertz, “is a Unified PaaS (Platform as a Service) platform for Mobile & Web applications. As we wrote earlier
App42 looks to provide any developer an abstraction layer so that he/she can focus on the business logic and UI without bothering too much about the plumbing. Most complex app developers (not the alarm clock developer types) spend a lot of time writing plumbing around their server components e.g. logging, user session management and App42 wants to take away that load from the developers, helping them focus more on business logic.
Read our full review of ShepHertz here.