Buckinghamshire Council Selects Yotta’s Alloy system to Manage Highways Assets

 Buckinghamshire Council has awarded Yotta, the leading global connected asset management and services provider, a contract to provide it with a highways asset management system. Yotta will be implementing its Alloy connected asset management software and delivering associated services.

The contract, initially for two years, was won following a procurement process conducted through the UK Government’s G-Cloud 12 framework agreement. It is worth more than £600,000 for the 24-month period plus two optional extension periods of up to 12 months each.

Yotta is dedicated to applying technology to the advancement of infrastructure asset management and environmental services. Its purpose is to empower those with asset and data-rich environments to make better, more informed decisions about the way their infrastructure assets and environmental services are managed.

About Yotta

Yotta transforms the management of the built world to create safer, cleaner and more sustainable places for everyone.

Its Alloy and Horizons cloud-based asset management software connects people, systems and assets so that organisations can make better, more informed decisions and manage their infrastructure assets with greater efficiency, speed and clarity than ever before.

Based in the UK, Yotta has an international network of partners, supports over 200 public and private customers and its software is used to manage more than 35 million assets.

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