550-Pharr Road Northeast Atlanta, Georgia, United States
How Qasymphony hit $20M Revenue with 648 customers in 2022.
QASymphony accelerates digital transformation with software testing solutions that help enterprises prioritize quality, develop reliable software and increase speed to market.
In 2022, Qasymphony revenue run rate hit $20M in revenue.
Qasymphony hit $20M in revenue in 2018
Qasymphony launched in 2011 with $0 revenue
Qasymphony Funding History
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2017 Series C
Qasymphony raised a Series C of $40M
2016 Series B
Qasymphony raised a Series B of $5.2M
2015 Series A
Qasymphony raised a Series A of $2.5M
Qasymphony has 160 total employees They have 648 customers
Total team size
Software veteran Dave Keil brings a growth-oriented leadership approach to his job as CEO of QASymphony. For more than 25 years Dave has built a strong track record of business success.
Prior to QASymphony, Dave was CEO of Digistrive, a provider of e-commerce solutions to large membership based organizations. He grew and eventually sold that business to a large private company. Before joining Digistrive, Dave was CEO of Integrated Broadband Services (IBBS), a software and services company. During his tenure, the company doubled in size, completed two strategic acquisitions and established a market leadership position in the "Tier Two" broadband space. Earlier in his career, Dave served as Chief Strategy Officer and later as Senior President and General Manager at ChoicePoint, a NYSE listed global information services provider (acquired by Lexis Nexis in 2008). Dave has also held senior executive roles at Novient, and Robinson Humphrey (now part of SunTrust).
He received a MBA from The Wharton School and a BS in Applied Mathematics and Economics from Brown University. He lives in Atlanta with his wife and two kids.