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|52 Week Range||0.0071 - 0.0510|
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ReadyOp Communications, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Cleartronic, Inc. (CLRI:OTCPINK) announces the use of ReadyOp by the State of New Mexico Department of Health. The Department now uses ReadyOp for patient tracking, notifications and many of ReadyOp’s other features. “We are very pleased to welcome the New Mexico Department of Health as a ReadyOp client. This is the seventh state Department of Health that has made the decision to use ReadyOp and the list continues to grow.
The Green Bay Police Department and Green Bay School District security personnel provided immediate feedback and praise on the usefulness of the app. The ReadyOp app is simple to use and the real-time updates provide the responders detailed information on both victims and survivors. New Wisconsin regulations, “School Safety Act,” require schools to provide floor plans of schools so emergency personnel can plan and respond if an emergency situation occurs. Now, those floor plans can be accessible by incorporating the floor plans and other important information for each school into the ReadyOp emergency app.
ReadyOp Communications, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Cleartronic, Inc. (CLRI:OTCPINK) announces the use of ReadyOp by the State of Georgia Department of Public Health. The Department now uses ReadyOp for planning, communications and incident response statewide, and to coordinate with local health departments, hospitals, and others. They also use ReadyOp for daily operations, training, and communication and coordination with other health departments and State agencies.
ReadyOp Communications, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Cleartronic, Inc. (CLRI:OTCPINK) played an important role for its clients during the Hurricane Michael response and recovery efforts. Multiple federal, state and local agencies used ReadyOp to prepare for and then respond during and after the hurricane passage. Vital to a fast, effective and efficient recovery, the ability for first responder teams to report the status of persons and care centers from their deployed locations provides important, real-time actionable information in the recovery process. Even though Hurricane Michael hit the Florida coast almost a month ago, recovery operations continue, and the agencies involved continue to use ReadyOp daily in their activities, communications, and coordination between agencies and locations.