Durham software testing company Hexawise is acquired by a Texas company

DURHAM- hexawiseone of the Triangle’s emerging star startups according to investor and entrepreneur Scot Wingo, has been sold.

Based in Austin, TX Idera revealed their deal for Hexawise early Tuesday. Financial terms were not disclosed.

Hexawise focuses on software test design tools. He will be part of a DevOps/Testing Tools business group within Idera.

Here’s what Wingo wrote about Hexawise in his 2021 Triangle report “Tweeners:”

“Hexawise falls into one of my favorite categories: DevTech, technology that helps software developers. Their solution is in the test part of development. Today’s engineering teams generate code faster than ever, which means, how are you going to test all this code in production? Enter Hexawise. Their solution is low-code – as a non-coder, I can create scenario-based tests like: ” Someone goes to the list of tweeners, presses this button, then they scroll down here and do this, then that,” then hexawise takes care of the rest.”

In the announcement, Tyler Parramore, General Manager of Idera’s DevOps and Testing Tools Business Unit, said, “Hexawise’s industry-leading test case design tools help software development teams find the most effective combination of test coverage and efficiency. We are excited to extend the reach of Hexawise and add more value to Xray, TestRail and Ranorex customers.

The company was launched in 2009.

“Today’s operating environment requires companies to constantly seek upgrades to improve the operational efficiency of their platforms,” ​​said Justin Hunter, co-founder and CEO of Hexawise. “Our goal is to meet this need by providing project managers and developers with not only the best tool for all types of testing strategies, but also the fastest and most comprehensive results. We are confident that Idera’s focus and expertise in this business segment will provide our customers with the top notch service they expect.“