Indianapolis-based Doxly Inc. has named Christopher Clapp executive chairman. Clapp previously served as chief executive officer of Indianapolis legal transaction management provider Bluelock, which was acquired in March by an out-of-state company. He was with Bluelock for almost eight years before InterVision, a consulting company with offices in California and Missouri, announced the acquisition.

Doxly CEO Haley Altman says "Doxly is the first transaction management software service that enables legal teams to handle all aspects of a deal on a single platform. With the addition of Christopher’s leadership and expertise in scaling high-growth companies, we have an even greater opportunity to fast-track our growth and deliver the innovations law firms need to transform how they deliver legal services to their clients and remain competitive in today’s market."

Doxly was launched in 2016 as part of the Indianapolis-based High Alpha Venture Studio portfolio. A few months later, it received a $2 million funding round from investors including High Alpha Capital. You can connect to more about Clapp’s appointment by clicking here.

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