The Feram GmbH develops Feram, a service that finds programming errors in source code and proposes fixes.
Usually, the correction of such errors not just takes a lot of efforts and time, but errors can also introduce severe security vulnerabilities into a software and thereby cause massive damage for a company. By continuously monitoring all changes of a software Feram can can already detect errors during the development cycle and propose highly relevant improvements to developers.
The Feram GmbH was founded by the HPI alumni Adrian Sieber and Benjamin Karran in February 2017 after they had won the 4. HPI Business Plan Competition in fall 2016.