The distanced future is here. Use our new eBook to navigate it. Learn More >
Our mastery of technology, combined with a deep understanding of today’s workers and students, enables Cleartech to create the connections that spur productivity and enable learning.
We passionately support our community, and this year a national AV industry
association recognized us for it – giving ClearTech its “Stepping Up Award” for
Bring people together. And move your organization forward. Our new eBook will show you how.
Read our latest blog post on how to harness the power of communication technology to enable your organization to thrive in 2021 and beyond.
Get up to speed on the best hybrid learning technology for your college or university.
Bring UC capability to most any learning space – quickly & economically.
We’re more than an AV technology integrator. We’re the ally you need to thrive in a connected world.
What makes ClearTech the essential partner?
ClearTech combines the latest solutions with a keen understanding of how they apply to our clients’ success. That’s the essence of innovation in AV integration.
Being attentive to your needs is the least we can do for you – and the most important thing we do. That’s why we’ve redefined the service experience. Technology is only as good as the people who support it.
That’s what a trusted advisor does. Doing what we say we’re going to do is in our DNA, and it’s your assurance that we will fully deliver on the solutions we propose.
Broad expertise. Laser focus.
No one understands better than ClearTech how AV technology can enable collaboration and spur performance to sharpen your competitive edge.
Today’s students, faculty and staff expect AV technology to be flexible, reliable and personal. We go a step further to make it affordable and easily adoptable.
A Mission to Connect
We don’t just integrate technology. We bring people together to achieve more than any of us can do on our own.
COVID-19 sent a shockwave through the American higher educational system, just as it did every other aspect of our economy and society. But for Pepperdine University – a private Southern California institution that had long since embraced advanced learning technologies – the pandemic didn’t alter the university’s technology planning as much as it accelerated the timetable for doing so.