OMG said its infrastructure asset management arm, Yotta, has won a five-year expansion of its existing contract with Amey Plc, one of the UK's leading public and regulated services providers, into international markets.
The new deal, valued at over £1.125 million, allows Amey to roll out licences for Yotta's visualised asset management solution, Horizons, to subscribers in Australia, New Zealand and Spain.
This is in addition to those based in the UK where Amey has already implemented Horizons across a total of 10 projects. The service and maintenance provider will also be able to use Horizons with an additional six end customers.
Amey uses Horizons to provide differentiation when bidding for new projects, which typically include local and regional authorities and government highways agencies.
Once projects are underway, it also uses the tool to showcase work done and progress achieved to stakeholders. Moving forward, Amey plans to work closely with Yotta to address specific customer needs more precisely.
Amey project teams will make direct use of Horizons on site as part of customer deployments. The service provider also plans to use the tool to support its Sheffield-based highways asset management hub, which is further backed by Yotta technical expertise.
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