Bath-based data analytics software startup Claritize recently celebrated the official launch of its unique software along with 50 guests from the Bristol and Bath tech scene.

Formed in 2013, Claritize aims to be the next big thing in data analytics by effortlessly spotting patterns, trends and anomalies in sets of data. The software offers something new and exciting to the market in its user-friendly ‘5-click’ setup and its ability to provide insights to users, without them needing to know what they’re looking for.

“Claritize offers a really interesting twist on data analytics”


Amongst the local entrepreneurs and tech business owners in attendance, was Bath’s local MP Ben Howlett. Keen to support and back local talent and support small businesses, Ben comments: “It’s great to see a local start-up doing something completely unique. I’m very keen to support new tech businesses in the region and Claritize offers a really interesting twist on data analytics. It’s software that I think could have been really useful to me in some of my own past consulting work.”

Andrew Carr, Claritize’s CEO, adds: “After two years of development we wanted to officially launch Claritize and it was fantastic to see our local MP taking an interest in the local tech startup scene.”

“It was a great event and the success is well deserved for the launch of such an innovative product”


As well as being a excellent opportunity for the great tech minds of Bristol and Bath to mix and mingle, guests were treated to exclusive demoes of the Claritize software – with guest and co-founder of Zynstra, Nick East commenting: “It was a great event and the success is well deserved for the launch of such an innovative product.”


Launch party: Local entrepreneurs mix at the launch (left) and are treated
to an exclusive demo of the software (right). 

 Since the launch Claritize has already had a large interest in the software from local companies and has just employed new Head of Business Development, Chris Greenwood, to their team of developers and business staff to help keep up the momentum as sales increase and the company grows.

There’s no missing out if you weren’t at the launch however, as Claritize will also be demoing their software at the Startup Village at Venturefest Bristol and Bath – a one-day event on 9 June aimed at showcasing Bristol and Bath’s most innovative and enterprising companies and start-ups.