Ivrnet Eyes Slow-paced Alberta Economy as Right Time to Grow and Expand its Business

(Published Thursday, October 20, 2016)

Ivrnet was recently featured by Business in Calgary magazine as a business technology leader.  Under the guidance of its CEO David Snell, who has assembled a strong team of technology professionals, the company is poised for growth and expansion, despite a downturn in the Alberta economy.

“While many companies are thinking of reducing and pulling back, we take a very different view,” explains Snell.  “A slower-paced economy means that companies, governments and communities will be looking closely at our cloud-based technology solutions and world-class data centre that has the muscle  to provide them with innovative approaches to saving money and enhancing their operational efficiencies.”

In 2016, the company secured operational capital that allowed it to reduce its own operational costs, add more technology manpower and strengthen its overall capabilities by moving its technology into a world-class third-party data centre in Calgary. 

“It’s no secret that successful companies typically manage their operations, finances and user engagement efficiently and effectively. At Ivrnet, we have the cloud-based technology tools to make organizations more efficient through our three core products - Ivrnet Central (operations), SafePay (financial) and NexText (customer engagement).  As companies, governments and communities become familiar with the power of Ivrnet’s tools for maximizing operational efficiencies, we will continue to grow and expand.”