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San Jose, CA, May 15, 2019 — Kleeen Software—based in San Jose—has been working tirelessly on a technology that helps enterprise companies revolutionize the speed and quality of their product UI design and development. This enables enterprise products to mimic the intuitive user experiences consumers have come to expect. The technology is a SaaS application that uses data science to translate user goals and tasks into an enterprise-grade UI design and implementation. With six patent disclosures in the works, a shipping SDK, and now closing $1.5 million in pre-seed capital, Kleeen Software is introducing a new wave of thoughtful, innovative solutions for enterprise companies.
As powerful UIs become more and more defining elements of successful technology, a competitive precedent has been raised for how enterprise companies create and deliver experiences and products to and for their consumers. Kleeen’s founding team, with decades of enterprise experience, recognizes that UI and UX have the ability to accelerate a company’s growth or, worse, lead to the failure of technology. The team has already released both Angular & React SDKs to accelerate the work of UI engineers—which was self-funded during its launch, but just received its first round of sizable capital to bring automation to UI creation.
About the Investors
Kleeen Software has raised $1.5 million between their lead investor Neotribe Ventures, WestWave Capital, and three angel investors, Sriram Ramachandran, Mark Carroll and Theron Tock.
This capital signifies a pivotal moment in the company’s trajectory as leading technology investors recognize the potential impact on product creation.
About Kleeen Software
Kleeen Software was founded by Dr. Joshua Hailpern, and was self-funded when it was first launched in mid-2018. Hailpern’s cofounders at Kleeen Software are the VP of Engineering, Mario Jimenez, and VP of Design, Amy Yoshitsu. Among Kleeen’s client portfolio is Cumulus Networks, funded by Andreessen Horowitz, who leveraged Kleeen Software’s SDK to reinvent their NetQ product.