Software maker Clarify raises $1.3M; funding goal surpassed

Dec 24, 2014
Austin Business Journal

Clarify Inc., an early-stage software maker, reported raising a $1.3 million financing

The Austin-based company collected the capital from 14 investors, according to a Tuesday filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. The filing is an amendment to an August filing in which Clarify reported raising $315,000 of a planned $1 million financing from four investors

Clarify, founded in London in 2013 as OP3Nvoice Ltd., develops software designed to search video and audio content. The startup was one of five local companies that competed in the South By Southwest Interactive Accelerator competition in March

CEO Paul Murphy couldn't immediately be reached for comment. He was previously the chief technology officer of Intelligent Voice Research LLC and Adeptra Ltd., the developer of an automated calling software. Murphy was also the director of technology for New York-based WSC Investment Services Inc., according to his online profile

Ivo Rothschild is listed as Clarify's co-founder and director of research and development

Sam Decker, the former CEO of Austin-based Mass Relevance Inc., is listed as a company director. In April, Mass Relevance merged with Spredfast Inc., an Austin-based company that manages social media marketing campaigns

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