Quarri Technologies Banks $1.288M Round

Quarri Technologies, a security software company that empowers organizations to keep their most sensitive data secure, today announced a $1.288 million round of financing led by Houston Angel Network (HAN) and Daylight Partners, accompanied by Texas Halo Fund. The company will use the funding from the oversubscribed round to accelerate growth across the US and key international markets with its security products, Protect On Q (POQ) and Protect On Q Mobile.

To date, Quarri has experienced significant growth based on demand for its technology across a variety of industries, particularly within the financial services, pharmaceutical and manufacturing markets. The company’s products enable organizations to secure and control their most valuable data by delivering and enforcing secure web sessions on endpoint devices at any time, wherever they are. Using Quarri’s patented technology, the POQ hardened browser provides zero-hour malware protection against keylogging, frame grabbing, cache mining and inbound attacks. POQ also enables organizations to enforce security policies that prevent end users from copying, saving, printing or screen-capturing browser-delivered data, preventing costly data breaches.

“The interest we received from our current investors has helped us to exceed our initial goal for this funding round and it speaks to how strongly they believe in Quarri’s products, our management team and the demand for our products both in the U.S. and internationally,” said Bill Morrow, executive chairman and CEO of Quarri. “Organizations across industries and around the world have come to rely on our award-winning Protect On Q and Protect On Q Mobile products to secure their data in a flexible and seamless manner. Our technology uniquely protects sensitive data delivered via web browsers on Windows, Android and iOS platforms.”

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Bryan is the Managing Editor for AustinStartup and the CEO of Mahana. He is a co-founder of Capital Factory, an investor and advisor, and runs the popular Austin Tech Happy Hour with his wife.