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What is exivo?

New. Different. Secure. And, first and foremost: very easy and convenient.

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Which benefits do I have with exivo?

So simply: overview of six benefits

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How does exivo work?

It's as simple as this

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How do other companies work with exivo?

This is how other branches secure their premises.

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Stay relaxed - your exivo partner is organising everything for you.

You have questions. We have the answers.

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Improved service for you and your customers

integrated access management on your platform: thanks to exivo

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exivo for Medical centres

Patient records are highly confidential. exivo secures access to them around the clock.


More security in your surgery

Health professionals devoted to the welfare of their patients attach great importance to security. And access rights are the key to it.

exivo lets you easily define who, when and which doors may be opened in your surgery. This applies to temporary and permanent staff, patients, cleaners or couriers. Thanks to defined access and opening rights and access records, you are always on the safe side. Every action is recorded in full so you keep everything under control.

  • Fast installation and intuitive operation
  • Secure access to medicine stores and sensitive data
  • Easy access management for temporary personnel

An expert partner at your side

exivo is run on the web-based exivo platform to which you and your specialist partner enjoy easy access – via smartphone, for example. You decide which tasks you wish to manage yourself and which should be hosted by your specialist partner. 

Incidentally, even if your specialist partner does host all operations for you, you still retain full cost control – thanks to fixed monthly rates.

 

Data protection has never been more vital

exivo lets you protect sensitive patient records from unauthorised access, not to mention potentially dangerous medicine in drawers and cabinets. As a doctor, this is particularly important to you. Statutory regulations increasinglyy require you to tighten your security arrangements.