Asset Management Software

Case Studies

City of Cardiff Council takes full control of Highways Asset Management

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The City of Cardiff Council Highways department, as within all councils across the UK, was feeling the pressure to deliver. Whether it was practical solutions for deteriorating stock, managing shrinking budgets or controlling works to meet customer service requirements; they needed an effective software solution to manage...

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Future-proofing data for Norfolk County Council  

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Technology is always progressing and for Norfolk County Council Highways and Transport department the need to move forward became a catalyst for them to review their current systems and working practices and look to the future.

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Scottish Canals get clear line of site with AMX

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In 2012 British Waterways split into two organisations; The Canal and River Trust for England and Wales; and Scottish Canals. Scottish Canals became responsible for the management of the 137 miles of waterway in Scotland, along with all the associated estates. Attracting approximately 22 million visitors a year, and growing, Scotland’s canals provide a vital source of economic income to the area both now and for the future and as such require careful management.

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Long-term planning with South Gloucestershire Council

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The Highway Structures team at South Gloucestershire council has had quite a history with regards to its management of assets across the region. In 1996 when Avon County Council split up to create 4 new bodies, including the new South Gloucestershire Council, the team worked hard to enhance the level of detail gathered for each asset and match it to their new prioritsation standards.

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