- Owner & CEO of RopeMetrics, LLC & Livestock Technology Services, LLC
- Undergraduate Education
- Texas A&M University - Agricultural Economics - Rural Entrepreneurship
Clay Deen ’16 is a serial entrepreneur, with two software companies and a cow-calf operation. The first company he started is RopeMetrics, a classification system, app, and operating system for the sport of rodeo – Team Roping, specifically. They built an algorithm using statistics to handicap the abilities of ropers. The second company he started is Livestock Technology Services which is an umbrella to future companies and ideas. The first entity under LTS is NextGenRodeo, an entry system for all of the sport of rodeo. He and his partners created an app and software to manage rodeos. The most important feature of this company is the algorithm developed to optimize entries and place contestants at rodeos. The third company he owns is a 175 cow-calf operation in Wills Point, Texas.