Tucson-based data FinTech firm Clear Core was selected by the National Science Foundation to participate in its National Innovation-Corps Program and will receive a grant to aid in refining product-market fit.
The firm’s approach to data cleaning and augmentation allows organizations to correct problems with data before it is used in decision making. Clear Core is a tenant at the University of Arizona’s Center for Innovation, which allowed the firm to iterate on its technology, earning national interest. As part of the program, Clear Core is seeking to collect input to better assess the market needs in community financial institutions.
– The Arizona 100 reports