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Cleartronic, Inc. (CLRI) is a technology holding company that creates and acquires operating subsidiaries to develop, manufacture and sell products, services and integrated systems to government agencies and business enterprises.

VoiceInterop, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary, is a provider of patented IP communication gateways and communication software. Its gateways are marketed worldwide direct to customers as well as through a network of value-added resellers. VoiceInterop has also developed an interoperable communication solution for use by airports. The company markets, installs and supports this interoperability solution directly to airports. International airports currently using the VoiceInterop communication solution include Dulles, Reagan, Omaha, Cincinnati, Green Bay and West Palm Beach.

A recent license agreement provides Cleartronic with the right to market Collabria LLC’s revolutionary ReadyOp™ command, control and communication platform. ReadyOp is a web-based application that integrates multiple databases and a robust communications platform supporting day-to-day activities for planning and managing small-scale and large-scale events. ReadyOp is designed for fast, efficient access to information and for communication with multiple persons, groups and agencies. ReadyOp is currently being used by numerous federal, state and local government agencies and private enterprises.


Investment Highlights

  • Portfolio of Next-Gen Technologies & Software
    Innovative Subsidiary with Large Client Base
    Licensing Rights to Revolutionary ReadyOp™
    Solutions Applicable to Wide Range of Industries



As a premier provider of unified communication solutions for enterprise and managed environments, VoiceInterop is a leader in application development, systems integration, services, and as an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) for interoperability-enabling solutions.

VoiceInterop’s diverse customer base of more than 200 client companies includes emergency services agencies, airport management, and colleges, and universities taking advantage of the company’s interoperable communication solutions.

Thousands of commercial enterprises and government agencies around the world face unprecedented challenges to work more responsively, efficiently and cost-effectively. Meanwhile, budget constraints often preclude significant staff expansions or equipment upgrades. VoiceInterop solutions enable them to work smarter – and on a budget.

VoiceInterop solutions empower people, organizations, and companies to deliver better services by providing easier, more reliable, and flexible communications among working groups.

The advantages of VoiceInterop solutions include:

  • Interoperability. Seamless communication among working groups allows companies and organizations to improve response times, enhance command and control, and save on hardware upgrade expenses.
    Open-Standards Software. Most changes in the system can be executed at the software level which is purpose-built to “scale up” and adapt to any interoperability challenge.
    Design Flexibility. The versatility of the VoiceInterop approach allows a wide range of legacy communications systems to work together, extending the useful life of many legacy systems.
    Operating Flexibility. VoiceInterop solutions are designed to provide easy, secure, on-the-fly configuration.

As budget-constrained local governments move toward interoperable solutions for coordinating police, fire, rescue and other services, the return on investment for cost-effective, unified communications grows. This movement provides VoiceInterop with an opportunity to set new standards in solution performance in a potentially large market.


Next generation software used by government agencies at all levels, domestically and internationally.

Through a license agreement with communications software company Collabria LLC, Cleartronic has the right to globally market, sell and support ReadyOp™, a secure command, control and communication platform in use by agencies at all levels of government for planning, response and communication for both planned events and unplanned incidents and emergencies.

The innovative, web-based ReadyOp™ application is applicable for daily operations as well as in emergencies, incidents and disaster recovery situations.

ReadyOp combines six communication capabilities - voice, text, alerts, radio, email and file transfers - into a single, secure solution for laptops, smartphones and personal computers. The product is designed for fast, efficient access to information and for efficient, secure communication with multiple persons, groups and agencies, providing a single, secure location to consolidate incident and emergency plans, rosters, tasks, roles, groups and more.

ReadyOp’s powerful planning and communications capabilities are compounded with the product’s efficiency, flexibility and security. Users can communicate and interact securely with each other and in a timely manner, regardless of their location:

  • Secure, Real Time Communication
    Emergency Response
    Incident Command System
    First Responder Coordination
    Disaster Recovery
    Backup Communications
    Community Fusion
    Continuity of Operations

With its web-hosted design, ReadyOp is not dependent on any location, server, or other supporting hardware. Agencies and users, via a connection to the Internet, can find and communicate with their agency and personnel in other agencies as authorized. ReadyOp significantly enhances COOP/COG for any agency.

ReadyOp is designed to be simple, low-cost and fast to implement, allowing for users and groups to be quickly added and trained. The final product is the result of hundreds of hours spent with first responders, government agencies, hospitals and others watching, discussing and reviewing their plans and planning process for incidents and emergencies.


ReadyOp in Action

In 2012, the City of Tampa hosted the week-long 2012 Republican National Convention (RNC). To accommodate the expected influx of more than 30,000 delegates, protestors and 30 state governors, planning began early. Local law enforcement teams, led primarily by the Tampa Police Department (TPD), the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office and the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE), were to be supported by more than 5,000 additional law enforcement officers from more than 60 different police departments, sheriff’s offices and state agencies.

During the planning stage, both the TPD and FDLE contracted Collabria LLC for use of ReadyOp to support daily operations, incident command structure, and emergency response operations. Throughout the RNC, law enforcement agencies used ReadyOp to send more than 50,700 texts, emails and encrypted texts, and was utilized to send intel alerts, crowd control actions and traffic movement updates to the leadership of the more than 60 participating agencies. Additionally, the 26 governor convoys used ReadyOp's radio voice communications for dispatch and collaboration throughout the event.


For the RNC, the FDLE was responsible for command and control of the governor security teams, the 24-hour security details for 23 hotels throughout the Tampa Bay area where the governors and state delegates were staying, as well as for other venues where events were held. Names and contact information for more than 500 law enforcement officers from 37 different agencies were imported into the FDLE’s ReadyOp roster and assignments were created for the security details. Roster tags and visual displays were built in the FDLE’s ReadyOp site to assist with the RNC operations. FDLE used ReadyOp extensively as the primary command, control and communications platform through the duration of the event.

The TPD was the lead agency for crowd control, traffic movement and intelligence gathering. Prior to the RNC, a list of more than 5,000 City of Tampa employees was imported into the TPD’s ReadyOp roster from the city’s personnel database. Next, more than 5,000 names of the law enforcement officers from other agencies supporting the security operations were added, creating a listing of more than 10,500 persons. The TPD’s roster was used throughout the period for identifying team assignments, making personnel adjustments and for communications.

Operations Planning and Execution

ReadyOp provides a simple routine for creating diagrams and organization charts to assist in streamlining planning, operations and response activities. Individual roles and teams can be planned and displayed in “boxes” for immediate access and communications.

-- The FDLE used ReadyOp to plan the assignments for security details for the dignitary transport teams, the hotels and the security teams for the various RNC-related events. During the RNC, the FDLE used ReadyOp for immediate contact with personnel assigned via phone, text, radio or email as needed. The names of the assigned personnel were updated throughout the event based on operational changes, venue changes and demobilization.

-- The TPD created a single screen for supporting the operations and intelligence activities, including the TPD command staff, intelligence group, transportation, and the crowd control teams. TPD operations leaders used their ReadyOp operations tab throughout the events and demobilization for command, control, communication and coordination with other agencies.


ReadyOp enables communications via cellphone, email, text messages, radio, conference calls and video, plus encrypted voice, text and video as needed. During the seven days of the RNC, a total of 17,317 emails and 33,450 texts were sent via ReadyOp. Notifications were sent for multiple purposes, including traffic management, event coordination, protestor updates and intelligence alerts. One of the primary uses that developed during the RNC was the immediate sharing of intelligence information, including the actions of protestors, across multiple law enforcement agencies. The speed and efficiency of communicating via ReadyOp with individuals or groups of individuals and teams made ReadyOp an invaluable part of the security operations.

Press Releases, Public Information Officers (PIOs) and Media Relations

The City of Tampa used ReadyOp to register and communicate with the more than 500 members of the media and Public Information Officers. More than 12,000 emails were sent via ReadyOp to the roster members including the 24 press releases, plus other updates and information during the period.



Backed by a management team committed to growing its business and finding ways to create value for shareholders, Cleartronic is well-positioned to grow in a broad array of markets. The company has a solid business plan in place that maximizes available resources for accelerated growth and has proven its ability to identify strong business opportunities.

Armed with innovative solutions designed for markets ranging from business enterprises to consumer products and services, Cleartronic’s central mission is to leverage its underlying intellectual property to create new, high-growth market applications, including the development of consumer products targeting large domestic and global markets.


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Boca Raton, FL 33487

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CLRI News: Quarterly Report (10-q) 08/14/2020 03:30:31 PM
CLRI News: Quarterly Report (10-q) 05/15/2020 03:59:18 PM
#1632   Yeap .. don’t waste your money on this Juliamoffitt 04/20/20 02:04:18 PM
#1631   So it makes no sense to buy Clri Mrvince 02/13/20 12:15:21 PM
#1630   I noticed MAXM has a 700K bid at bonedaddy77 07/23/18 03:09:33 PM
#1629   Some buy volume today. News should be benchman 05/31/18 01:24:47 PM
#1628   10Q out. Big revenue increase. $CLRI benchman 05/21/18 04:32:08 PM
#1627   Nice recovery from that 2.5m share dump last PvtEye45 05/21/18 10:14:13 AM
#1626   .054 hod print saj 05/16/18 02:59:00 PM
#1625   Nice buy at .046. Volume and price benchman 05/14/18 11:12:07 AM
#1624   starting to inch up saj 05/14/18 10:27:01 AM
#1623   Nice! The way this thing trades, that benchman 05/11/18 11:41:27 AM
#1622   Expecting news shortly Mickster44 05/11/18 11:26:51 AM
#1621   nice drop in some at .031 saj 05/10/18 01:22:19 PM
#1620   Price is holding here...no sellers PvtEye45 05/02/18 09:50:48 AM
#1619   CEO Interview PvtEye45 04/27/18 09:31:14 AM
#1618   CLRI CEO Interview 4/26/18 PvtEye45 04/25/18 12:27:48 PM
#1617   Well it looks like this stock is coming PvtEye45 04/24/18 02:59:48 PM
#1616   ClRi in Cannabis business. Great news! Mickster44 03/15/18 09:02:55 AM
#1615   Trading everyday and somethings in the air. Notice Mickster44 03/13/18 03:41:39 PM
#1614   Watching this close next few weeks Mickster44 02/22/18 02:53:41 PM
#1613   .125 27K bid @.118 :) startingboy 02/02/17 03:24:32 PM
#1612   YIKES!! That's a scary 10K!! Thanks for the Ciroc 01/13/17 09:19:50 PM
#1611   Annual Report (10-k) posted :) startingboy 01/13/17 09:15:07 PM
#1610   Last thing this stock needed, a late 10K Ciroc 12/29/16 02:29:47 PM
#1609   nice bids :) startingboy 12/29/16 01:33:35 PM
#1608   http://www.cleartronic.com/media-center/company-news startingboy 12/29/16 12:40:14 AM
#1607   CLRI we seem to be stuck here at iamnottheone 06/14/16 09:55:36 AM
#1606   I do like the music stream also iamnottheone 06/13/16 08:44:57 PM
#1605   I just wonder if there are any more iamnottheone 06/13/16 05:49:52 PM
#1604   pretty big that the FDA is testing ReadyOp iamnottheone 06/13/16 04:32:13 PM
#1603   retaining a 12% interest is pretty good there jack iamnottheone 06/13/16 04:25:22 PM
#1602   Cleartronic, Inc. (CLRI) Featured Guest on National Radio iamnottheone 06/13/16 04:05:22 PM
#1601   a good day today, more news will iamnottheone 06/13/16 04:02:30 PM
#1600   Planning and communications are vital to success for iamnottheone 06/13/16 03:54:58 PM
#1599   really good stuff coming out on CLRI, iamnottheone 06/13/16 03:54:01 PM
#1598   Central Puget Sound Regional Transit Authority is a southern belle 06/13/16 03:41:43 PM
#1597   ReadyOp is in service for not one jackPOTday 06/13/16 03:36:46 PM
#1596   Cleartronic, Inc.'s Subsidiary Expands ReadyOp(TM) Services Into Election Campa zigzagman 06/13/16 03:27:11 PM
#1595   ReadyOp. jackPOTday 06/13/16 03:17:36 PM
#1594   CLRI Business Description zigzagman 06/13/16 03:14:41 PM
#1593   That s some good stuff iam. Some good jackPOTday 06/13/16 03:14:06 PM
#1592   "SoundTransit," officially the Central Puget Sound Regional Transit iamnottheone 06/13/16 03:10:09 PM
#1591   CLRI has a long way to go, iamnottheone 06/13/16 03:08:37 PM
#1590   Yes I did see that, and it's HUGE News! zigzagman 06/13/16 03:01:12 PM
#1589   very important qualities and capabilities for Readyop - CLRI southern belle 06/13/16 03:00:31 PM
#1588   they must like what they are getting from iamnottheone 06/13/16 02:58:23 PM
#1587   Also note jackPOTday 06/13/16 02:50:52 PM
#1586   that goes on to say southern belle 06/13/16 02:45:47 PM
#1585   What are ReadyOp’s Capabilities? zigzagman 06/13/16 02:45:43 PM
#1584   did yo see this zam? iamnottheone 06/13/16 02:26:00 PM
#1583   CLRI's ReadyOp is a simple, innovative tool for zigzagman 06/13/16 02:23:35 PM
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