2020 was a record-breaking year for leveraging crowdsourcing technology to remotely manage facilities WESTERVILLE, Ohio December 30, 2020 – iVueit,…
As a veteran in the facility management industry, our CEO Mike Popadak understands the difficulty of managing multi-site facilities from afar. That’s why he created iVueit. But it doesn’t stop with the app. He has a passion for technology and an ongoing mission to provide support and share ideas with facility managers and others across the industry. Recently, Mike was interviewed by Bill Yanek, CEO of Connex, for The Daily Grind, a livestream show that explores best practices and new solutions for facility managers during the pandemic. Their discussion centered on visual verification tools.
The iVueit app is an easy way for anyone to make extra cash taking pictures with a smartphone camera. The Vuer Network (app users) is made up of an amazing group of everyday people across the country who capture on-demand property insight for the facility management industry. The upcoming launch of iVueit 3.0 will redevelop, transform, and enhance the Vuer experience altogether. Read more about key features, new updates, and an overall improved experience.
Amongst the coronavirus outbreak, iVueit is fully committed to always support the public and our community of Vuers and Clients the best way we can. Right now, our role as an on-demand site auditing platform is to continue helping retail properties across the nation keep eyes on their properties and extra cash in the pockets of our Vuers. We have taken immediate actions that will further provide cutting edge service to both clients and vuers during this challenging and uncertain time. Read more on how iVueit is responding to the outbreak of COVID-19.
iVueit, an Ohio-based startup seeking to revolutionize the way commercial contractors, service aggregators, and facilities management verify the status of retail, restaurant, hotel, bank and convenience store chain locations under management, has announced that its platform has reached a major milestone, photographing over 25,000 locations across 50 US states.