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Cleartronic Announces Plans to Revise its Business Plan


May 03, 2011

Cleartronic, a technology holding company, has decided to revise its business plan. As part of the revised business strategy, the company will be making major announcements of corporate changes over the next several months.

“We have been in stealth mode for some time preparing for a re-launch of the company,” said Larry Reid, president and CEO of Cleartronic, in a statement. “Our subsidiary VoiceInterop has begun to show significant growth. We have realigned that business to focus on the high growth areas within our market of Unified Communications.”

Through Cleartronic, the company started to incubate new businesses that leverage their core technology into a series of adjacent markets that offer tremendous growth potential. The company already identified several market segments for growth.

The company is also looking for significant returns for its shareholders. In line with the re-launch of the company, Cleartronic will be developing a new corporate branding and imaging campaign. It will also soon launch a new Web site that will allow their shareholders to stay abreast of company developments on a timely basis.

Cleartronic’s wholly owned subsidiary VoiceInterop is a manufacturer and integrator of enterprise and managed unified communication software applications and hardware devices that improve risk mitigation and operational efficiencies.

The company's solutions employ standards-based technologies to connect incompatible communications devices such as two-way radios, phones, PDAs and public address systems regardless of their geographic location.

Earlier last year, unified communications reported that VoiceInterop had completed the first phase of a systems contract with the Uruguayan-owned power utility: Administration Nacional de Usinas y Transmisiones Electricas (UTE).




Rajani Baburajan is a contributing editor for unified communications. To read more of Rajani's articles, please visit her columnist page.

Edited by Jennifer Russell




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