Yotta and Integrated Skills Partnership

Written by Integrated Skills

Jun 26, 2020

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In June 2020, Integrated Skills signed a partnership agreement with Yotta, the asset management software and services provider. Joining forces with a leader in this field allows us to extend our offering to the wider local authority community.

Their market leading asset management product Alloy is used across a wide variety of local authority services including waste management, street cleansing, grounds maintenance, highways and many more. Alloy manages and processes the asset and service data required for ISL’s RouteSmart-for-ArcGIS route optimisation solution.

Our shared support for efficient local authority environmental services, together with the enrichment of Smart Cities programmes, gives the two companies a common goal, and the transfer of data between our software solutions will demonstrate a powerful step towards a connected technologies foundation for our clients.

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Steve White, head of transformation accounts, Yotta, said: “We have a lot of local authority customers using our software for the operational management of their services but we are increasingly being asked by customers in the UK and internationally about round and workload balancing and route optimisation provision, which is not our specific area of focus. Partnering with ISL will allow us to enhance the service offering we can help deliver customers while also expanding our reach into previously untapped markets. With that in mind, we have been introducing ISL to partners across the UK and also in Europe. And we are looking forward to bringing those new capabilities to the market.”

Alan Paget, managing director, ISL, said: “We believe there’s a natural cross-over of clients between Yotta and ourselves. Yotta has always been strong in highways maintenance and environmental services. As it expanded its portfolio in these areas, we saw an opportunity to help provide enhanced route optimisation which is key to delivering optimum levels of environmental efficiency in these areas.”

“The focus of the partnership so far has been on providing consultancy services to the Yotta client base. The next stage will be to feed data from Alloy’s Yotta software via an API to ISL’s RaaS cloud solution, helping to return optimised local authority service routes in seconds.” – Yotta

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