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About LiveOak Technologies

Liveoak Technologies provides digital customer onboarding tools for the financial services industry. The company provides a customer engagement platform for enterprise customers to onboard remote customers, improve closing ratios, reduce transaction time, and provide digital access for customers. It was founded in Austin, Texas. On July 7, 2020, Liveoak Technologies was acquired by DocuSign for $38 million.

Headquarters Location

600 Congress Ave

Austin, Texas, 78701,

United States




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LiveOak Technologies Patents

LiveOak Technologies has filed 6 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • computer network security
  • cryptography
  • electronic documents
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Latest LiveOak Technologies News

KlariVis Announces Matthew Wheeler as Senior Sales Executive

Dec 8, 2022

December 08, 2022 03:40 PM Eastern Standard Time ROANOKE, Va.--( BUSINESS WIRE )-- KlariVis , a fast-growing enterprise dashboard and analytics solution for the financial services industry, announced that Matthew Wheeler has joined the company as Senior Sales Executive and will be responsible for Texas and all bordering states. Wheeler brings nearly 30 years of experience in fintech and financial services, including leadership roles with Dell, Epson, Validis, Liveoak Technologies (later acquired by DocuSign), Neocova and Able. He is an experienced sales executive, driving results through sales support, demand-gen, channel partnerships, and new product development. “Gaining a true understanding for a client’s mission and long-term goals should not only be a priority for any sales team, but it is also a core factor for success,” said Wheeler. “KlariVis prioritizes this. As former bankers, they intimately understand the challenges bankers face and partner with them to maximize the value of their data. I look forward to working with their team to help financial institutions drive their initiatives forward.” KlariVis is community banking’s secret weapon in their continuing struggle to compete with larger, national institutions. The company empowers financial institutions by providing self-service access to interactive data dashboards, allowing the entire organization to quickly interpret and act upon high-value data that is important to serve customers, drive profitability and improve productivity. As a result of strong demand, KlariVis continues to expand its team, almost doubling its employee base since the start of the year. Founder and CEO, Kim Snyder, said, “We are excited to welcome Matthew to the KlariVis team. His proven ability to build relationships and create value for his clients aligns perfectly with our core values at KlariVis. We look forward to seeing the contributions he will make to our company as we continue to grow and expand our footprint.” About KlariVis Created by veteran community bank executives, KlariVis was developed to enable institutions of all sizes to see their institution clearly and access transformative data in an efficient way, interpret it, and act decisively on it. The KlariVis team aims to provide financial institutions with an enterprise dashboard and analytics solution designed to solve the data conundrum that is prevalent in the industry today. For more information visit or contact Kim Snyder, CEO & Founder, at . Contacts

LiveOak Technologies Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was LiveOak Technologies founded?

    LiveOak Technologies was founded in 2015.

  • Where is LiveOak Technologies's headquarters?

    LiveOak Technologies's headquarters is located at 600 Congress Ave, Austin.

  • What is LiveOak Technologies's latest funding round?

    LiveOak Technologies's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • How much did LiveOak Technologies raise?

    LiveOak Technologies raised a total of $13.86M.

  • Who are the investors of LiveOak Technologies?

    Investors of LiveOak Technologies include DocuSign, Wild Basin Investments, Broadhaven Capital Partners, Northwestern Mutual Future Ventures, Seven Peaks Ventures and 11 more.

  • Who are LiveOak Technologies's competitors?

    Competitors of LiveOak Technologies include Proof and 2 more.


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