CLARITY VALUE RAISES $2.5 MILLION TO ENABLE GOVERNMENT AGENCIES TO BETTER SERVE THEIR COMMUNITIES
Funding will support product development and further increase sales locally and nationally
— Cristian Robiou
MIAMI, Florida, United States, Aug. 23, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Clarity Value, a technology company that modernizes government workflows and voter services, announced that it has raised $2.5 million in seed funding from a group of strategic investors, including Lightspeed Venture Partners, Newtype Ventures, Gaingels and Arogeti Endeavors.
Clarity Value is deploying these resources to develop software that enables governments to streamline and improve access to a range of services such as building permits, business licenses and public document requests. In 2021, Clarity entered into agreements to provide case management solutions to several state and local government entities, including the Florida Department of Health and the City of Atlanta.
“Governments are frustrated with outdated technology, complex processes and too much workload. Citizens and businesses are also frustrated,” said Cristian Robiou, Founder and CEO of Clarity. “Clarity offers an innovative software solution that is easy to use and works well. for citizens and for government users from different agencies. »
“Many of the frustrations citizens experience when dealing with local government agencies are due to fragmented and outdated legacy systems,” said Scott Arogeti, partner at Arogeti Endeavors and former executive government official. “Clarity Value’s platform provides an all-in-one operating system for government, resulting in a more intuitive experience for citizens and administrators.”
According to Tamika Spirling-Brooks, Director of Employee Relations and Labor for the City of Atlanta, “Clarity Value has been a great partner in helping us create a digitized admissions process for our department. responsiveness of the Clarity team and their success in setting up a custom system for our needs.
The closing of the seed cycle marks a moment of rapid expansion for Clarity Value, which has responded to the skepticism that governments often have towards new software vendors. The company recently entered into agreements with the states of Florida and Georgia and expanded its team to support large customers, hiring a customer success manager as well as additional engineering and operations staff. Clarity intends to use the proceeds of the increase and revenue from the transaction to expand its talent pool of software developers and sales team.
“The Covid-19 pandemic has highlighted the urgent need to digitize government workflows and services,” says Veronica Juarez, scout at Lightspeed Venture Partners and seasoned Silicon Valley tech executive. “Clarity makes government more efficient and accessible, especially for communities that depend most on public services.
Clarity’s positive reception energized Robiou and his expanding team. “We have received excellent feedback from our customers who say our software has saved them time and improved their services. It has been very rewarding because our goal has always been to make governments more efficient and responsive to the public.
Cristy Verdeja Zaldivar