Concrete Producer

Building Contractor

Inspector & DOT

Truck Operator


  • Owner/President/CEO
  • VP, Operations
  • Controller/VP Finance
  • IT Director
  • Plant Manager
  • Batch Operator
  • Dispatcher
  • QC
  • Inspector
  • Sales
  • Truck Driver
  • Back Office, Book keeper
  • Fleet Manager
  • Shop


  • Project Manager
  • Jobsite Supervisor, Foreman
  • Finisher
  • Inspector
  • Back Office, Accounts Payable


  • DOT Inspector
  • Materials Engineer


  • Driver
  • Hourly Employee
Pioneer is the concrete batch system designed to bring the batch process into the 21st century. Powered by a PAC (Programmable Automation Controller), designed for control tasks that require industrial PC computing performance and a PLC’s robustness. Pioneer takes full advantage of PAC’s ruggedness, processing power, programmability, and network connectivity. It allows employees to batch concrete anywhere, from any device.
Web-based tool to manage your Ready Mix Dispatch operation. Key Features include robust Order Tracking and Scheduling, Real Time Truck Demand, SMS, Customer Order Tracking, Flexible Item Pricing, Google Map Interface and many other features. ConcreteGO is flexible and can integrate with a variety of Batching, GPS, eTicketing, Accounting, and QC programs to support all operational needs. ConcreteGO focuses on ease of setup, distribution to users and simplicity so producers can focus on efficiency
iStrada by Sysdyne is the mobile delivery management platform solution you have been looking for. Built to assist many industry professionals including producers, contractors, truck operators, inspectors, and DOT officials, iStrada includes many essential features like GPS, E-Ticketing, and DVIR checklists.
Seek 'N Feed
The Seek ‘N Feed controller has all the flexibilities you desire. Operate it in a totally automatic mode where the system constantly seeks bins to feed, keeping your plant continuously stocked with materials. The operator can pair any ground bin with any overhead bin and assign priority to each overhead bin.
The Hydro-Probe is a digital moisture sensor that is designed to measure moisture continuously in the flow of material across the ceramic sensor faceplate. Measuring at 25 times per second the sensor detects rapid changes in moisture, providing a linear digital or analogue output.
Quicklink developed by Sysdyne Technologies allows data transfers between ConcreteGO and Sysdyne Batch to Quickbooks. Customizable data transfers between programs allow businesses to sync Customer, Item, Project and Ticket data for invoicing. Additionally It also supports managing Credit Codes and balance amounts for Credit Limit management. Quicklink eliminates the requirement of hand keying data in both systems and cuts invoicing time, and reduces invoicing mistakes.
The MRC PRO Counter utilizes state of the art technology to track mixer revolutions per minute as well as mixer direction. The counter will display Number of drum revolutions at Speeds within the Mixing range as well as Total Number of Drum Revolutions. In addition, the counter can also show Current Barrel RPM as well as Total Batch Mixing Time.
Geotab has devices that provide the tools for "Management by Measurement." It all starts in the vehicle. The Geotab GO8 is a small form-factor vehicle tracking device that simply plugs directly into your vehicle’s OBDII port. If your vehicle or truck does not have an OBDII, an adapter can be used instead. The installation process is quick, easy, and doesn’t require any special tools or the assistance of a professional installer.

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We never stop improving. Our goal is to transform the industry with leading edge technology and provide unparalleled service to our customer. In this increasingly competitive market, we know what it takes to earn the trust of our clients and we are committed to keeping that trust.
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What Iowa DOT says about iStrada:

"We have used e-ticketing in a number of pilot programs, and have experienced increased efficiency and safety in these projects. Our inspectors can document on their tablets and not worry about paper tickets blowing away. They can see when a truck is assigned to their project and check actual batch weights before the truck arrives at the job site. It is clear that relying on paper tickets will soon be outdated."
Iowa Department of Transportation