About

1024 (ten twenty four) is a Tasmanian IT company that develops software specifically for the community sector.

Who are we?

1024 (ten twenty four) is a Tasmanian IT company that develops software specifically for the community sector.

We produce ‘Ivo’, a client and service management application, with a particular focus on advocacy, developed specifically for community organisations that provide client related services.

We have extensive experience providing database expertise to community organisations, and since 2002 we have worked exclusively for community organisations. Prior to Ivo we developed solutions for Department of Immigration funded Migrant Resource Centres, the Tasmanian Online Access Centre network, and a variety of other community organisations.

For the most part, 1024's work has centred on providing organisations with the ability to make meaningful use of data they collect in order to:

Improve their own planning processes

Provide needs based analysis

Analyse data to identify emerging trends

Ease the burden of statistical reporting required by funding providers

Provide statistical evidence as support for funding applications

Why 'Ivo'?

Our ‘Ivo’ software is named after St Ivo of Kermatin (1253 to 1303), the patron saint of advocates, known poetically as “the advocate of the poor”.

 

In brief, he was a noted preacher and arbitor, and a lawyer who practised in both civil and ecclesiastical courts, often defending the poor without charge, and working to settle claims out of court in order to save the litigants time and money.

 

In 1287 he resigned his legal position in order to tend his parishioners at Tredez and Lovannec. He built a hospital from his own funds, in which he tended the poor, and gave away the harvests from his land to feed them.

Client Management Package for Community Organisations

Explore Ivo, the client management package built specifically for community & advocacy organisations.