BOCA RATON, FL--(Marketwired - December 20, 2016) - Cleartronic, Inc. (OTC PINK: CLRI), through its subsidiary ReadyOp Communications, Inc., announces that the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has expanded its use of ReadyOp as an integral part of their communications and incident response planning.
"The FDA began testing ReadyOp for their use in 2013. In 2014, they became a client and have continued to expand their use of ReadyOp since that time. This latest expansion includes using ReadyOp for their operation continuity planning and also for radio interoperability. ReadyOp already serves as the continuity of operations (COOP) platform for several local and state government agencies, so this is in-line with the growth and actions we see in our other clients," stated Marc Moore, CEO of ReadyOp Communications, Inc.
Contingency and continuity planning are important for all organizations. ReadyOp provides an easy and efficient, yet powerful platform for organizations, government agencies, hospitals, universities and other groups for daily operations, to plan for special events and to plan and respond for incidents that may occur. Radio interoperability, a key feature provided by ReadyOp, allows agencies to conduct two way communications between multiple talk groups on different frequencies and in different locations, plus extend the same two way communications securely to laptops and smartphones using ReadyOp.
About Cleartronic, Inc.
Cleartronic, Inc. 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. ReadyOp™ is a secure, web-based platform providing organizations with a single site for planning, response, communications and documentation of personnel, tasks, assets and activities. Cleartronic currently has two operating subsidiaries, ReadyOp Communications, Inc. and VoiceInterop, Inc. -- www.cleartronic.com.
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