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Sequoia India’s Surge backs engineering analytics startup Hatica in $3.7M funding


Uber alums’ engineering analytics startup Hatica has raised $3.7 million in a funding round led by Sequoia India and Southeast Asia’s Surge, they said Thursday.
The San Francisco-headquartered startup aims to boost the productivity and well-being of developers by helping them better understand how they are spending their time with detailed engineering analytics.
“There was no objective way to understand what would be a problem,” said Hatica co-founder and CEO Naomi Copra in an interview.
Chopra and his former Uber colleague Haritabh Singh (CTO) founded Hatica in 2020. They found that developers were contending with scores of distractions such as long-meetings and other interaction requests, a phenomenon that has become even more prevalent in the remote and …

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