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This deal enables Laven Partners to continue focusing on innovation for its compliance and due diligence offering including the development of its regulatory technology software, while its risk clients will benefit from the highly recognised risk reporting solution, RiskMonitor, which Clarus Risk has been successfully developing since its inception in 2011.
Clarus is a software company which has its headquarters in Redwood City, California.
Public relations is a cost-effective investment that can drive measurable growth in today's challenging economy," said Mara Conklin, president of Clarus Communications.
But since mid-2000, Clarus has struggled to make its mark in the market, and sales are still significantly below 1998 levels, while losses mount.
com, contact Clarus at 3970 Johns Creek Court, Suwanee, Ga.
Clarus estimates that it has available net operating loss, research and experimentation credit and alternative minimum tax credit carryforwards for U.
This, she believes, will pay off if Clarus ever needs a bailout -- "much like how Commerce One relies on sugar daddy SAP".
Clarus has provided this non-GAAP measure because it believes that it is useful to investors assessing the extent of Clarus' assets available for redeployment.
Super Clusters - Effectively Managing Complex Networks -- Richard Whitehead, CTO of Clarus Systems
Clarus Systems recently announced the new ClarusIPC Plus+ which includes a Voice Monitor module to help users monitor voice quality, service availability, and security conditions through the use of a sophisticated rules and policy engine.
Clarus Systems, a leading provider of IP telephony testing solutions, today announced Clarus Certification Services, new packaged consulting services to help customers achieve maximum performance and return-on-investment from their IP telephony systems.
The new investors are Clarus Ventures, which led the round, and Delphi Ventures.