Management Team

Michael M. Moore

Chief Executive Officer, Director

Marc Moore was founder and CEO of Collabria, LLC, a private software development company that developed the ReadyOp platform that is now used nationwide by hospitals, schools, corporations and government agencies at all levels of government. Prior to founding Collabria, he was the CEO of DTNet Group, a leading company in designing and developing wireless networks for buildings, campuses and airports. Mr. Moore also helped found and served for seven years as CEO of Payroll Transfers, Inc., a professional employer organization that grew from startup to be the third largest company in the industry. He also was an assistant vice president with both Kidder Peabody and Merrill Lynch. Mr. Moore is an honors graduate of the United States Air Force Academy and served as an Air Force fighter pilot for eight years, flying the F-4 and F-16 aircraft. He is also one of six entrepreneurs profiled in the book; Daring Visionaries, How Entrepreneurs Build Companies, Inspire Allegiance, and Create Wealth.

Larry M. Reid

Chief Financial Officer, Director

Larry Reid is the founder of Cleartronic. With over thirty-five years of executive management experience including sales and marketing, operations management, and financial management, from 2001 to 2005 Mr. Reid served as CFO and director of Connectivity, Inc., a manufacturer and distributor of emergency call boxes. He was instrumental in Connectivity's acquisition by CNE Group, Inc., (an American Stock Exchange listed company) and served as Executive Vice President and Director of CNE from 2003 to 2005. Mr. Reid has broad experience in venture start-ups, raising capital, building organizational synergies, creating and developing joint ventures and strategic partnerships, opening new markets, and driving key business initiatives. Early in his professional career in corporate financial management, Mr. Reid was responsible for raising more than $5 million in start-up capital for Ocurest Laboratories, Inc., a company he co-founded to package and distribute over-the-counter eye drops in a new (patented) eye drop dispenser. He forged Ocurest's successful IPO in 1996 and helped lead the company's achieving an estimated 80% market penetration of optical supply retail outlets in the United States.