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Gloucestershire County Council switch to Symology’s Cloud-based Street Works solution

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Wednesday, January 8th 2014

Gloucestershire County Council switch to Symology’s Cloud-based Street Works solution

Symology, the UK's leading supplier of spatially enabled Street Works systems and a leading supplier of Highway Asset Management systems, is delighted to announce that Gloucestershire County Council (GCC), in readiness for the introduction of EToN 6, is the latest organisation to switch to Symology’s Insight for Street Works solution.

Gloucestershire’s Network and Traffic Management team, who went live with the new system on Monday 9th December, will be using Insight to manage the coordination and monitoring of all works plus other non-works activities such as Licences and Events within the County. Symology’s Insight Mobile software will be used by GCC’s Street Works Inspectors out in the field, and Insight will also be used by the County for Street Gazetteer and Additional Street Data Management

Phil Cameron – Traffic Manager at Gloucestershire County Council, commented: "With EToN 6 and a new Highways Contract coming into force in April 2014, we were keen to extricate our Street Works Traffic Management system from the County’s Asset Management system. This lead to us carrying out a thorough review of all of the Street Works systems on the market and it was quite clear from this that Symology’s Insight system was the outstanding candidate. The switch-over project has happened quickly and relatively smoothly, considering that a data migration exercise from our previous supplier was also required, and we have developed a fantastic relationship with Symology’s Implementation and Managed Services team. We now look forward to the introduction of EToN 6 with full confidence, in the knowledge that we have a comprehensive Street Works management system in place that will enable us to proactively manage our Network.”

Symology's Sales & Marketing Manager, Scott Hutchinson, said: "We are delighted to welcome Gloucestershire County Council as a Symology customer, joining our ever increasing base of clients. We have already forged an excellent working relationship with GCC, and we look forward to a long and successful partnership supporting their business operations."

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