A Fall Church company that specializes in split-second notification of software problems has raised $10 million in financing led by Massachusetts-based venture capital firm Battery Ventures.

OpsGenie products route notifications about computer and software breakdowns so they get to the right person, according to co-founder Berkay Mollamustafaoglu, 46.

“We are building the sales and marketing of the product after we have proven it works,” said Mollamustafaoglu, who has been in the D.C. area for 15 years.

The company was founded in 2012, and employs 36 at offices in Washington, Boston and Turkey. Its 1,400 clients include Washington area firms such as Politico, Optoro and Netuitive. Others include Bleacher Report, Subway restaurants, Unbounce, HubSpot and Looker.

Battery is a veteran venture capital firm that invests in an array of sectors, including Web infrastructure, consumer Internet and software. In addition to Massachusetts, Battery has offices in San Francisco and Israel.

Battery general partner Neeraj Agrawal and Battery vice president Paul Drews will join OpsGenie’s board.