Yotta wins Warwickshire County Council contract

Apr 2, 2020

Yotta’s Alloy has won a significant two-year contract with Warwickshire County Council

2nd April 2020 - Oxford Metrics plc (AIM: OMG), the international software company servicing government, life sciences, entertainment and engineering markets, is pleased to announce that Yotta, a provider of cloud-based infrastructure asset management software and services, has won a significant two-year contract with Warwickshire County Council for its connected asset management solution, Alloy.

Warwickshire County Council, an existing Yotta customer, wants to put digital capability at the core of its highways provision in order to drive strategic decision-making, enhance operational efficiencies and deliver a more proactive service to the public. The Council also required a system which could be integrated with the Department for Transport’s (DfT) new Street Manager system. Following a competitive tender process, Alloy was selected as the technology platform which best meets their requirements. The initial focus of the implementation is migrating highways, street works and street lighting data from incumbent systems over to Alloy, and delivering the required integration with Street Manager.

Cllr Jeff Clarke, Warwickshire County Council portfolio holder for transport and planning commented:

“We are currently undergoing a process of digital transformation. In line with this, we wanted to find a solution that is capable of driving efficiencies, delivering enhanced strategic highways asset management and finally, improving the customer experience for people across Warwickshire. We are confident that working with Yotta and deploying its Alloy software will enable us to achieve all three of these goals.” 

Nick Bolton, CEO of Oxford Metrics commented:

“Yotta is headquartered in Warwickshire so we are especially delighted to work with the County Council who are committed to increasing the use of digital solutions to drive efficiencies and more closely meet the needs of residents across the county. The adoption of Alloy will enable the council to deliver the integration it needs to connect infrastructure, data, systems and people and achieve enhanced engagement and greater insights across its entire estate.”

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