News & Events
May 29, 2018
Atlanta, GA — Clearion, a leading provider of integrated geospatial solutions that simplify complex work management processes for utility, telecom, pipeline, transportation, and non-profit organizations worldwide, today announced that it has created two new positions to support its growing business.
April 3, 2017
Utility Arborist Newsline, March/April 2017
Ask any of your colleagues about their resolutions for the New Year and you’ll undoubtedly hear them chime in about going to the gym more frequently, eating better, sleeping more and of course getting a better handle on their vegetation management programs. I know—it’s like we’re reading your minds.
February 17, 2017
Atlanta, GA—Clearion announced today the launch of its newly redesigned website, www.clearion.com. The website includes a fresh design, easy-to-navigate functionality and enhanced content—all of which provide visitors with an improved experience for exploring Clearion’s state-of-the-art software and service offerings.
January 25, 2017
Utility Arborist Newsline, Nov/Dec 2016
A forester isn’t necessarily the first person you would pick to roll out a new software capability but, back in 2008, that’s exactly what we did at East Central Energy. When an organization is feeling challenged, all resources are leveraged to overcome the challenge, myself included.
October 18, 2016
Atlanta, GA — Clearion today announced that it has made major investments in its reporting and analytics capabilities and is launching an advanced, third generation solution that is free for all customers. Clearion is demonstrating the advanced reporting and analytics capabilities at Esri GeoConX this week and in November at the Clearion annual user conference in Atlanta.
September 28, 2016
Utility Arborist Newsline, September/October 2016
The vegetation management (VM) industry is embracing a digital revolution. As investor-owned utilities, cooperatives, and municipalities move to a paperless environment, employees have to learn new ways of tracking and managing different elements of their VM programs – such as invoice and financial management, work planning, and field management.
August 26, 2016
Atlanta, GA—Clearion has begun promoting a comprehensive suite of software tools that helps utilities to easily plan, manage, and report on their Integrated Vegetation Management (IVM) activities as they seek accreditation from the Right- of-Way Stewardship Council (ROWSC).
July 25, 2016
Utility Arborist Newsline, July/August 2016
The move toward mobile work management software within the industry, at both the utility and the contractor level, creates a best-of-both-worlds scenario to address the complexities of building, training and maintaining storm response software while improving safety, response, and restoration times during major storms.
July 14, 2016
Atlanta, GA — Clearion, a leading provider of seamlessly integrated, end-to-end technology solutions for utility, telecom, gas and rail companies worldwide, today introduced the company’s new logo and tagline. The new brand identity more accurately reflects the critical, dual-natured role the company plays in today’s marketplace: managing complexity with ease.
April 29, 2016
Atlanta, GA — Clearion Software LLC today announced that Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative (SMECO), a member-owned electric power supplier in the Eastern United States, has selected Clearion’s leading vegetation management invoice reporting and tracking solution.
April 11, 2016
Atlanta, GA — Clearion Software LLC today announced that Tipmont REMC (Tipmont), an Indiana- based, member-owned electric cooperative, has selected Clearion’s state-of-the-art work management and mobile solutions to streamline their vegetation management program.
February 26, 2016
Atlanta, GA — Clearion Software LLC today announced that Clay Electric Cooperative, the Florida-based member-owned electric power supplier, has selected Clearion’s leading vegetation management solution as the principal technology to strengthen its work planning, contractor engagement and reporting practices.