INDIANAPOLIS, IN — May 10, 2017 — Clear Software, the market leader in the simplification of business software, is proud to partner with Pippa Mann as an associate sponsor for a second straight year at the 101st running of the Indianapolis 500 presented by PennGrade Motor Oil on May 28, 2017.
“We are thrilled to be a continued sponsor of Pippa’s Indy 500 program with Dale Coyne Racing. We fully support Pippa’s work to raise awareness and funds for Susan G. Komen to support their mission of investing in breast cancer research and serving patients and their families,” said Jon Gilman, CEO of Clear Software.
“It’s great to welcome back Clear Software to our racing program for their second year at the Indianapolis 500,” said Mann. “The technology in the Verizon Indycar series allows us a great platform to tie to technology companies. On a personal level, it means a huge amount to me to be working again with a brand that not only supports my work with Susan G. Komen, but that is also committed to helping further support and promote talented women in traditionally male-dominated industries such as racing and the technology sector.”
About Clear Software
Clear Software is a disruptor whose mission is to simplify business software and make the jobs of its users easier and more productive. Their flagship product, ClearUI®, is a cloud-based, software-as-a-service user interface that makes enterprise software easier to use. It streamlines business processes into consumer-grade web pages that dramatically increase user productivity, decrease training time, and decrease development costs. ClearUI can simplify any enterprise software, but has a particular focus on SAP, Oracle E-Business Suite, and Salesforce. Learn more at clearsoftware.com.
About Pippa Mann
Pippa Mann is a British born racing driver, and one of nine female drivers in history to compete at the Indianapolis 500. She currently holds the record as the only female pole winner in any category in history at Indianapolis Motor Speedway with her pole for the Freedom 100 in Indy Lights in 2010, and she is also the second fastest female qualifier for the Indianapolis 500 itself with a speed of 229.7 mph over a single lap in 2014. She is hoping to make history again at the 2017 race, and is aiming to be the first female driver ever above 230 mph in qualifying for this year’s race.
Outside of on her on-track achievements, Pippa’s partnership with Susan G. Komen has made the pink themed car a staple at the Speedway over the past couple of years, and her program has raised more than $150,000 to support breast cancer research and services over the past two years.
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