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    Monday, December 10, 2012
    Charity Dynamics Gets Funding Round
    Austin-based Charity Dynamics, a provider of online marketing and fundraising software for nonprofits, has raised a round of equity investment, the firm announced this morning. The round came from Vitesse Capital Partners, an Austin-based investment company. Financial details of the investment were not disclosed. John Thornborrow and Gregg Burt of Vitesse Capital will join the company's board as part of the funding. Charity Dynamics helps nonpr (More info...)

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    StoryPress Debuts New App To Let Users Store, Capture Memories
    Austin-based StoryPress, a mobile application developer focused on apps which help people create and share memories via audio, said today that it has launched its platform this morning. The startup, which is led by Mike Davis, said its new software lets users capture and archive stories as audio books. The app--which runs on iPad--lets users record and create audio storybooks, which includes cover images, titles, and more, all of which can be shared (More info...)

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    Tyler Chalks Up Another Win In California
    Dallas-based Tyler Technologies, the developer of municipal government management software, reported another win this morning in California. The company said it has been selected by the Superior Court of California, County of San Luis Obispo for its court management system, Odyssey. Size of the win was not announced. Tyler said it won the deal after being chosen through a competitive procurement effort.

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    Authentix Sets New VP
    Dallas-based authentication technology developer Authentix said today that Kevin McKenna has been named its new President of Currency and Secure Documents. McKenna was previously at HID Global, where he was VP of Sales. McKenna also has served at LaserCard, L-1 Identity Solutions, and IBM Global Services, in additoin toserving in the U.S. Army.

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