Hadean, a firm which claims to allow a single developer to run algorithms at massive scale by just using their existing software development tools, has raised $2.6m.
The London-based company’s round was led by White Cloud Capital, also the lead investor in Funeralbooker’s Seed round, which closed last year.
Although still in beta, Hadean’s website says the company is currently working with eight customers operating across the finance and risk management; healthcare and genomics; and enterprise and business analytics sectors.
Speaking to TechCrunch, Rashid Mansoor, the CEO and co-founder, said: “Hadean is an operating system that empowers individual developers to iterate rapidly at cloud-scale, unleashing unprecedented productivity gains.”
Launched last year, the firm is looking to release its platform to the public later this year.