Provide inspired robotics solutions, world class support, and an incredible customer experience.
Automate the world’s dullest, dirtiest, and deadliest jobs.
Customer service is not a department at Clearpath - it’s everyone’s full time job. We love our customers and pride ourselves on genuine, responsive, valuable interactions. We strive to deliver remarkable client experiences wherever possible because we want to become a lasting partner, not just another supplier, to anyone who trusts us with their business.
We live and work to exceed our own wildest expectations, not because “the boss said so”, but because we were born to go the extra mile. Our people are lifetime students, hungry for knowledge and constantly evolving. The result is a culture dedicated to the development of a successful, thriving business.
We hire amazing, passionate, talented overachievers. Our workforce is disproportionately intelligent, capable, and driven, but most importantly, you’d never know it from talking to us. We carry ourselves with a quiet confidence because we believe that in the long run, our character will speak for itself.
We embrace failure and set out to fail fast, cheap and often. Mistakes are learning opportunities. We will always challenge the status quo and innovate relentlessly, never settling for “good enough” because good is the enemy of great. We are not afraid of the competition because we are our own fiercest competitor.
We are all owners of Clearpath and strive to embrace that sense of ownership in everything we do. We want to be part of something amazing, something we all helped create, something we’re proud of.
We believe communication should be open, honest, and timely. Always be receptive to constructive criticism and confront uncomfortable situations head on. It only makes you better.
Success in business is a function of our willingness to face fears and take chances. Be fearless. Steve Jobs said it best in his 2005 Stanford University Commencement address, “You have to trust that the dots will somehow connect in your future. You have to trust in something--your gut, destiny, life, karma, whatever...The only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you haven’t found it yet, keep looking. Don’t settle.”