Calgary, AB (January 18, 2018) — IVRNET, INC. has signed a multi-year contract with the Mahogany Homeowners Association to employ Ivrnet Central.
Ivrnet Central’s secure online tools are used to manage and automate many of the association’s tasks such as fee collection, membership registration, rental management and various communications with residents through phone, text and email. It also provides detailed information to the association’s BOD to speed up auditing processes.
“What’s really exciting about our latest Ivrnet Central product is that we are providing clients such as Mahogany with the most efficient management and financial tools for today, while continuing to build-in new business and artificial intelligence solutions for tomorrow,” says Ivrnet CEO David Snell.
“Two examples of the power of Ivrnet Central include its compliance with both EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) and ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act). We are particularly proud of the fact that we were able to have Ivrnet Central fully deployed at Mahogany, including customer training, in just three months which is substantially faster than the typical turnaround time of our competitors.”
Mahogany is the recipient of Canada’s Community of the Year award. It has also received several Calgary Region, Sales and Marketing (SAM) Awards. The SAM Awards celebrate the most creative and professional work in the Calgary home building industry.
When its build out is complete, Mahogany will be the largest Calgary residential community with approximately 25,000 residents.
Ivrnet Central provides online management of operations and financial processing for membership driven organizations.
Ivrnet is a software and communications company that develops, hosts, sells and supports value added business automation software. Our products and services are delivered through the traditional phone network and the Internet. These applications facilitate automated interaction through personalized communication between people; mass communication for disseminating information to thousands of people concurrently and personalized communication between people and automated systems. Ivrnet’s applications are accessible through nearly any form of communication technology, at any time, from anywhere in North America via voice, phone, fax, email, texting and the Internet.
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For further information please contact:
Chris L. Topolniski – Chief Operating Officer, Ivrnet Inc.
Direct: (403) 538-9722
Cellular: (403) 870-2434
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