Amsterdam, N.L. — Usabilla, a company that produces website usability tools, said on Wednesday that it has raised $1 million in its new round of funding.

Company Boralis and five undisclosed investors in the United States and Europe participated in the funding round. Usabilla helps businesses by creating tools that allow them to collect data and visual feedback about their customers.

Partnering with Disney, Electronic Arts and Levi, Usabilla plans on using the new funding to expand their business by making customer feedback tools, and add new features for mobile phones, tablets and television.

The company was founded in 2009 and has 12 employees.

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