Human Trafficking

SumAll Offers Its Data Analytics Capabilities To Help Shed More Light on Human Trafficking

Business Intelligence Company Seeks to Partner with Non-Profits Through Its SumAll Foundation; Goal is to Uncover and Highlight Key Aspects of Global Problem

NEW YORK CITY — (February 12, 2013) — SumAll, the leading source of Big Data business intelligence for fast-growing businesses, announced an initiative through its SumAll Foundation (www.sumall.org) to help better present and advocate data surrounding global issues, the first being focused on human trafficking. SumAll.org was formed through the unanimous decision of SumAll.com employees who each set aside 10% of their equity to the non-profit organization. As SumAll’s Series A round in November 2012 was oversubscribed, SumAll.org sold $500k worth of shares to get operations for SumAll.org up and running. “Coming to work everyday and knowing that a part of what I’m working for is creating value for good is an awesome feeling,” Saskia Ketz stated, an early employee of SumAll.com and design lead on the committee of SumAll.org. By donating its considerable analytical and technological resources to global agencies involved in the fight, the foundation hopes to expose new aspects of the problem as well as new strategies for ending the practice wherever it exists worldwide.

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