We sat down with IVM Chief Information Officer Andy Dalton, to discuss technology’s role in the supply vending industry.
Putting Imagination to Work
We track it and report it back.
How IVM takes care of all the details, including employee training.
Leading Change by Solving Productivity Problems
We can vend anything.
Think Inside the Box for Happier, More Productive Employees.
How office supply automation augments digital transformation.
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IVM carries one style of machine with external dimensions of 76”H x 43”W x 36"D. We also have two different types of locker programs for both variable and compact items that are either too large or small to fit into the machines.