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BugBuster, the Robot Web Testing Company.

  • Stage Prototype Ready
  • Industry Software
  • Location Chemin du Croset, Ecublens, VD, Switzerland
  • Currency CHF
  • Founded March 2011
  • Employees 5
  • Website

Company Summary

Software testing currently accounts for half of the total development cost. Despite this massive investment, bugs routinely appear in production. BugBuster automates away most of the manual testing tasks, enabling continuous testing, and resulting in drastically reduced cost and improved software quality. Our SaaS solution targets the large Web Development market (8 million developers worldwide).


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    Olivier Crameri
    Co-founder & CTO

    Olivier Crameri (PhD, EPFL) developed the IP that lead to the creation of BugBuster as part of his PhD thesis under the direction of Willy Zwaenepoel. Earlier, he co-founded Net Oxygen, a Web development shop, where he acquired over ten years of experience in the Web.

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    Renault John Lecoultre
    Co-founder & CTO

    Renault John Lecoultre (MS, EPFL) was a Mobile & Web specialist at Cisco before founding BugBuster. Earlier, Renault co-founded VNV, a Web and Software Development company.

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    Willy Zwaenepoel
    Co-founder & Chief Scientist

    Willy Zwaenepoel (PhD, Stanford) is a professor and former dean at EPFL. He developed TreadMarks, that was licensed to Intel for use in their Cluster OpenMP product, and co-founded iMimic Networking, which was acquired by Ironport, a division of Cisco.