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IVO Systems

IVO Systems

Simple and easy-to-use construction operations software

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Fleet Management, Scheduling & Dispatch
Preferred Partner

Company Overview

Founded by two construction professionals, IVO Systems is a construction operations platform for the self-perform construction industry.

IVO Systems’ mission is to provide owners, equipment managers, and schedulers / dispatchers with an easy-to-use software solution that empowers companies to close the information gap between the field and office.  

Spreadsheets, phone calls, texts, emails, paper records, schedules—construction companies struggle to keep up with records and operations in a constantly changing environment.

Current software modules include equipment tracking and dispatching, aggregating telematics data, employee scheduling, preventative maintenance and work orders, custom equipment inspection forms, equipment rental information, long-term equipment planning, and utility locate (811) information / documentation.

Azuga Integration

IVO Systems has integrated Azuga telematics as part of TelematicsVO to provide locations, odometer / hour meter readings and utilization data within IVO Systems in near real time (same frequency as Azuga).  

Automated reporting of odometer / hours allows you to set up alerts for preventative maintenance on equipment at required intervals in MaintainVO.

By using Project Geofences in TrackVO, equipment locations automatically update/move based on telematics data pings. Telematics enabled equipment also has icons and information reviewable in a map view.

Have some equipment that doesn’t utilize telematics or GPS? Not a problem.  Non-telematics equipment can also easily be managed in the same system with TrackVO and DispatchVO.

Finally, schedule your field employees with all relevant equipment information with ScheduleVO, where employees can do things like submit photos and fill out equipment inspections forms.

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