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08/01/2017

Construction industry takes more control with Ievo

Newcastle Upon Tyne, Tyne & Wear

Kevin James Ltd  recently set out to create a new web-based platform solution that would provide greater control over sub-contractor work forces across multiple sites and that would include security features. The Prostruction platform integrates with Ievo systems and products to offer a mobile workforce management solution.

Using 4G cloud technology to allow multi-site management from a single network, the Ievo Ultimate biometric scanner was integrated into the KJL SaaS Platform to manage the full range of operational and site management requirements. The Ievo enclosed power supply provided surge protection and long-life battery, capable of running the scanning stations (in regular use) for up to three days without charging to combat harsh conditions commonly associated with construction sites and mobile deployment.

Using Ievo technology, Prostruction met a number of key requirements which would simply not be possible with any other biometric technology. The self-contained system has been extremely well received within OCL Facades and has seen great success from its phase one rollout. The solution is leading the way in what’s possible with advanced biometric scanning technology in the construction industry.


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