Australian tech startup BugHerd strikes gold, raising $500k

An Australian technology startup that aims to make reporting of website faults easier and more visual for non tech-savvy people today announced an investment of $500,000 from Melbourne-based venture capital firm Starfish Ventures.

The startup, BugHerd, was created in 2011 after Melbourne co-founders Alan Downie, 35, and Matt Milosavljevic, 29, were unable to find a bug tracking product suitable for logging and managing visual website issues. Websites owners generally welcome users’ reports of faults — or bugs — so they can fix them — via redwolf.newsvine.com

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