Yotta, the global connected asset management and services provider, continues to enjoy significant momentum across multiple service areas: from highways management; street lighting; environmental services and street works contracts for local authorities, to the development of electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure for EV charge point operators.
As customer demand for connected asset management accelerates, Yotta’s focus and drive to add innovation and value through its Alloy and Horizons software has helped it continue to grow its customer base. Indeed, since the start of the financial year, the company has secured a total of 22 new deals - nine of which are new-name contract wins - plus a further thirteen customers who have transitioned to multi-year deals, demonstrating their ongoing commitment to Yotta’s technology.
Contracts span a range of service areas, including highways management, environmental services and street works, with many deals representing a significant expansion in the number of service areas supported by Yotta in each account, illustrating strong organic growth.
Recent customer announcements include Manchester City Council, which turned to Yotta for a solution to manage its highways maintenance and street works activity; Derbyshire County Council, which awarded Yotta a contract to provide it with an externally-hosted highways asset management system, North East Lincolnshire Council, which contracted Yotta to supply it with an environmental services management system, Havering London Borough Council which selected Alloy to support its highways, streetlighting, street cleansing, parks, grounds maintenance and arboreal services and Buckinghamshire Council who chose Yotta for its highways asset management system.
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