Inspector joins Nana Bianca, the Italian startup accelerator

Valerio Barbera

Hi, I’m Valerio, software engineer and CTO at Inspector.

I’m so proud to announce today that Inspector is now backed from Nana Bianca, a startup accelerator in Florence, Italy.

The market reaction to Inspector has been positive from day one, so find the best way to grow our product and the technical support for our customers was a natural next step for us.

We have identified a clear pain for software developers around the world:

Be the first to know if your application is in trouble before your users stumble onto the problem, automatically, without wasting time on manual checks.

As developers ourself we know that software development is a time consuming job, so just like us you are probably always looking for clever tools to intelligent automate some parts of your work to spend your time on more valuable activities, like design and release new features and grow your business instead of time consuming, repetitive manual checks.

With this new partnership we aim to develop the most easy and effective monitoring tool on the market to help developers around the world to avoid losing customers due to technical problems in their applications.

Why Nana Bianca?

Nana Bianca was founded in 2013 from Paolo Barberis, Jacopo Marello and Alessandro Sordi, three of Dada founders who spent the last 20 years collaborating to finance and support dozens of Italian and foreign companies in growth.

Nana Bianca is focused on SaaS business acceleration, so it should be the best environment in Italy where to grow our company and also Florence is one of the most beautiful cities in the world 😄.

What does this mean to you?

The company has now more resources to make a better product and to create the best customers support that developers can find out there!

In a nutshell, support your team to achieve better results in less time and with less effort.

Furthermore your direct feeback steel the most important resource for us, to better understand your needs and solve your real pains.


I just want to say thank you to all our customers from Singapore to New York, from Amsterdam to Hong Kong, who believed in Inspector since the beginning that helped us to do better and better with their feebacks and advices.

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