Vonigo Reviews

Learn about Vonigo field service management software for businesses. Includes info on Vonigo, free trials, pricing, customer reviews, and FAQs.

3 min read • Last updated on November 26th, 2018

Vonigo is a powerful and easy-to-use field service management platform suited for service businesses of all sizes. The platform offers users a unified suite of configurable cloud-based tools including scheduling, GPS, task management, and dispatch.

Vonigo Pricing:

Plan Name

Monthly Pricing

Starter

$98.00 /user

Professional

$119.00 /user

Premium

$139.00 /user

Vonigo Key Information:

Co-founders

John Carter, Roman Azbel

Founded

2011

Headquarters

Vancouver, Canada

CEO

John Carter

Phone

1 (855) 820-8001

Address

333 Seymour St, Suite #1100, Vancouver, BC V6B 5A6, Canada

Website

www.vonigo.com

Vonigo FAQs:

What is Vonigo's price range?

Vonigo monthly plans range from $98.00 to $139.00 per user.

Is there a Vonigo free trial?

No, Vonigo does not offer a free trial. However, interested users can go to vonigo.com and request a demo.

Where can I find the Vonigo login?

Vonigo does not offer a login option.

Reviews of Vonigo:

Reviewer

Rating

Review

Josh H.

5.0

We have over 30 employees and more trucks, and we find that no matter how big we grow, Vonigo can grow with us. I can’t imagine running our business without it!

Lane M.

5.0

Vonigo has had a massive impact on our brand. Compared to our competitors, we're able to present more professional, customer-friendly service offerings.

Ryan S.

5.0

With Vonigo, our Call Center staff can effectively and efficiently manage our donations, trucks, and schedule. They can do all that without needing to hire additional staff to manage the increase in donations.

Jeff G.

5.0

It’s been almost three years since we adopted Vonigo to gain a technological edge and we’re still light years ahead of our competitors.

David N.

5.0

Thanks to a very user-friendly reporting interface, this is one of the easiest to use customer relationship management tools out there. Once you understand the logic behind it, the system just makes sense.