Indian American Father-Daughter Team Introduces All-in-One Legacy Digital Platform to Manage Beneficiaries, Important Documents



Indian American Father-Daughter Team Introduces All-in-One Legacy Digital Platform to Manage Beneficiaries, Important Documents

Clocr was established by Apoorva Chintala and her father Sree Chintala after Apoorva's grandfather died, leaving the family with all of his important papers but no knowledge of his final wishes.

FREMONT, CA: An Indian American father-daughter duo in Texas has introduced a platform that helps with the organization of all paperwork following the loss of a loved one.

Clocr was established by Apoorva Chintala and her father Sree Chintala after Apoorva's grandfather died, leaving the family with all of his important papers but no knowledge of his final wishes.

Clocr is a cloud locker created by the Chintalas that provides an all-in-one platform for users to organize and store online accounts, manage store and share beneficiaries, important documents, and send messages to loved ones.

Both Apoorva, a third-year student at the University of Texas at Austin studying management information systems and economics, and her father Sree truly think that technology can be used to solve age-old problems, and they hope to modernize the legacy planning industry by utilizing cutting-edge technologies.

Clocr has over 1,100 users who have signed up for the platform so far. Clocr is also running a pilot program with a number of financial planners and estate lawyers.

Clocr has also brought Sree and Apoorva together, partnering to introduce this platform.

The Clocr co-founder stated that the platform's reception has been extremely positive. The company recently completed a Republic crowdfunding campaign and met its goal in less than two months, with more than 700 investors contributing $250,000 to the company.