A TECHNOLOGY COMPANY THAT MAKES A DIFFERENCE
Clue is a cloud-based investigation case management and intelligence SaaS platform used by police, governments, and the private, sport, and not-for-profit sectors around the world to help counter serious and organised crime, corruption, safeguarding, environmental, financial, corporate, and global threats.
Clue helps organisations doing vitally important work, including disrupting human trafficking and organised crime gangs, tackling environmental crime, identifying cheating in professional sports, catching cyber criminals, and much more.
Our customers are dealing with an increasing volume and complexity of data in their efforts to secure justice and prevent harm, often in the face of complex, agile, international criminal activity. We are bringing AI, automation, data insights and more into the product to provide more powerful technical capabilities to support our customers in their work to help make the world a safer place.
OUR CUSTOMERS INCLUDE
CLARE ELFORD CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
Clare is Chief Executive Officer, and co-owner, of Clue. Under Clare’s stewardship, Clue has become a leading investigation case management and intelligence platform. Clare has driven the development of a single platform, interoperable product that is at the centre of the investigation technology ecosystem.
Clare embodies Clue’s customer-centric culture and leads the work to collaborate with industry bodies and the Clue user community to push the boundaries of technical development to meet customer needs.
THOMAS DROHAN CHIEF COMMERCIAL OFFICER
Thomas is Chief Commercial Officer, and co-owner, of Clue. Thomas has extensive experience building and leading world-class technology businesses. He is passionate about creating teams that are focused on customer success by working closely with product users to understand their changing environments and challenges to meet their needs.
Thomas is leading Clue’s growth across police, governments, and the private and not-for-profit sectors to help more organisations counter threats and prevent harm.