Clever Machine Wraps $3.25M


San Francisco-based Clever Machine, the developer of a production management tool for film and video producers called Scenechronize, has raised $3.25 million in a round of equity-based financing that could eventually total as much as $6 million, according to a regulatory filing. The company is led by former Switchhouse chief technology officer Hunter Hancock and veteran software product manager Darren Ehlers. According to the company’s website, Scenechronize is the first application built on Clever Machine’s “post-relational database information management platform.” Investors in the round have not been identified, but Climan Sanford, the managing director of Los Angeles-based Entertainment Media Ventures, is listed as a director.

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