Vienna, VA. — Thursday, September 29, 2022 — ClearForce, a global technology leader in the early and ongoing discovery of people risk, announced today that it received an investment from Capital Factory, a leader in defense innovation and the most active early stage investor in the state of Texas. The funds will further help ClearForce’s innovative technology solutions focusing on safety, suicide prevention, and reporting and resolution.
“We’re excited that Capital Factory has chosen to invest in ClearForce and our innovative behavioral risk solutions,” said Tom Miller, Co-Founder & CEO of ClearForce. “This investment will allow us to expand our innovation in the proactive behavioral risk management, continue to build our anaytics for veteran suicide prevention, and help build more secure and safe environments for employees and companies.”
Capital Factory's Center of Defense Innovation in Austin, Texas plays a critical role in connecting government and military stakeholders to innovative startups.
“Our platform and investment approach helps identify companies with transformative technologies and early indications of product-market fit,” said Bryan Chambers, Co-Founder & President of Capital Factory. “Our decision to invest in ClearForce comes from a close relationship and visibility into their team’s deep operational experience and knowledge developing risk management solutions. We look forward to working closely with ClearForce through Capital Factory’s Center of Defense Innovation to promote the safety and well-being of employees and veterans.”
ClearForce will showcase its advanced solution, Resolve, for military leader readiness at Fed Supernova, a two-day event where defense priorities and trending technologies converge, highlighting defense innovation in Texas. At FedSupernova, ClearForce’s CEO Tom Miller will speak about opportunities to enhance warfighter performance through proactive leadership engagement and how military leaders discover the hidden pressure and stress that can impair a warfighter’s cognitive skills, reduce their mental stamina, and negatively impact their physical toughness.
Fed Supernova will take place September 28-29 as a hybrid conference with virtual sessions and physical events across Texas.
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Headquartered in Vienna, VA, ClearForce is building tomorrow’s safe and secure organizations by combining machine learning, compliance, and workflow automation to create the new global standard for the continual ongoing evaluation of behavioral risk. ClearForce’s Resolve platform enables public and private sector leaders to solve big problems related to Human Capital Risk, including insider threats, sexual harassment, workplace violence, and suicide prevention for veterans and active-duty military. For more information please visit ClearForce.com
About Capital Factory
Capital Factory is the center of gravity for entrepreneurs in Texas, the number one state for startups in the U.S. Thousands of entrepreneurs, programmers, and designers gather day and night, in-person and online, for meetups, classes, and coworking. With boots on the ground in Austin, Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio, Capital Factory meets the best entrepreneurs in Texas and introduces them to investors, employees, mentors, and customers. According to Pitchbook, Capital Factory has been the most active early-stage investor in Texas since 2010. For more information please visit www.capitalfactory.com.
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