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Clear Measure Forms Subsidiary, Accelerates Growth as Custom Software Engineering Leader

Company Announces New Hires, Doubles Revenue

AUSTIN, TX -- (Marketwired) -- 08/12/14 -- Clear Measure, Inc., a custom software engineering firm, announced today that it has established a wholly owned subsidiary, DevOps Unlimited, to meet strong market demand for hosting, management and operations of software systems. This new group, under the direction of Paul Drew, president, will help fuel Clear Measure's growth as an industry leader that enables companies to achieve critical ROI and measurable results through technology. The company also announced the appointment of two software engineering vice presidents, James Shaw and Paul Leury, who join 20 other Clear Measure new hires over the past 19 months.

"The need for growing companies to leverage custom software solutions that are highly attuned to their specific needs and provide competitive advantage has propelled Clear Measure into a new level of leadership this year," said Jeffrey Palermo, CEO, Clear Measure. "We're meeting a very critical business need in the market -- enabling companies to gain positive, measurable business outcomes from their toughest technology challenges. Our success in meeting this need is evident in our growth. Since our company was founded in 2012, we have grown rapidly, bringing on new employees and customers and more than doubling revenue year over year."

Clear Measure has added 22 clients in the last 18 months, across all industries, including financial services, healthcare, professional services, manufacturing and technology services. The company is on a trajectory to more than double the size of its business within the next 10 months, with plans to continue hiring aggressively in Texas and beyond.

New Subsidiary
Clear Measure formed DevOps Unlimited, based in Dallas, to provide end-to-end value for its clients throughout the full lifecycle -- from design and building, to maintenance and support. DevOps provides the operations and maintenance for the systems that Clear Measure designs and builds. Paul Drew is a long-time DevOps and I/T operations expert, who has provided enterprise scale DevOps services to companies of all sizes, including some of the world's largest brands in healthcare and pharmaceutical, financial services and others.

New Hires
As vice presidents at Clear Measure, Shaw and Leury manage all aspects of customer engagements, from business analysis and systems architecture to long-term software engineering and systems management. Shaw brings 30 years of experience as a software engineer and executive to Clear Measure, having managed large-scale software engineering organizations serving Fortune 50 companies.

Leury brings 21 years of experience from senior engineering and management roles building high performing, mission-critical business systems. He specializes in engineering high-availability e-commerce and financial services applications as well as large-scale application performance. Leury was recently chief technologist of Crossroads Systems and was formerly chief technologist with Austin Provider Solutions, a healthcare information services firm.

Clear Measure
Founded in 2012, Clear Measure is a custom software engineering firm that delivers competitive advantage to growing companies by helping them gain positive and measurable business outcomes from their toughest technology challenges. It provides a focused business approach, innovative leadership, and expertise in designing, building, integrating and modernizing software solutions. By building custom software that is architected for ROI, as well as managing and operating it efficiently, Clear Measure enables companies to realize long-term cost savings and maximize their systems' business value. Clear Measure is headquartered in Austin, TX, with offices in Dallas and Ohio. More information is available at www.clear-measure.com.

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