Asset Vision wins significant multi-year contract to supply its SaaS Platform across Ventia’s Road portfolio
Following the successful use of Asset Vision throughout its Regional Maintenance team across NSW, TfNSW will adopt Asset Vision for Tunnels, Lift Bridges and ITS assets.
Asset Vision Pty Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of FFT, provides an industry leading Intelligent Asset Management platform, known as Asset Vision.
Asset Vision’s Software as a Service (SaaS) platform plays a vital role in keeping roads and transport assets safe and more reliable for the community. It connects Asset Owners, Maintainers and Contractors to provide an integrated view of the health of transport infrastructure. The platform also provides a powerful mobile app for workforce management, enabling maintenance crews and inspectors to work safely and efficiently in the field.
Ventia has selected Asset Vision to initially supply the solution across a number of its Road contracts. This significant contract win materially strengthens Asset Vision’s footprint across Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland, where it is being used in the operation and maintenance of major roads.
As one of Australia and New Zealand’s leading essential service providers, Ventia specialises in the long-term operation, maintenance and management of critical public and private assets. Ventia’s client base extends across all major industries including Defence, Roads, Telecommunications, Education, Energy & Electricity, Health, Industrial, Justice, Local Government, Maritime, Mining & Minerals, Property, Oil & Gas and Rail.
This initial contract is to supply the Asset Vision platform across some of Ventia’s road maintenance contracts for a three + two-year term, with the potential to extend to other Ventia Road contracts.
We expect licence revenue to commence before 30 June 2021 with an initial total contract value in excess of $2M.
Commenting on the win, FFT’s CEO, Keith Falconer said:
“To be selected by an industry leader such as Ventia, is a satisfying endorsement of the strategic direction of FFT and we look forward to the future with growing confidence in our technology and people.”
The FFT board looks forward to providing updates on pipeline wins and product innovations in the near future.
This announcement has been authorised for release by FFT’s Board of Directors.
Ventia is one of the largest essential services providers in Australia and New Zealand. Ventia is an independent partnership between funds managed by affiliates of Apollo Global Management and the CIMIC Group and was created in 2015 following the merger of Leighton Contractors Services division, Thiess Services and Visionstream.
In 2020, Ventia grew to combine more than 50 years’ of industry knowledge and experience with the acquisition of Broadspectrum (formally Transfield Services) and today has over 35,000 talented people and subcontractors across Australia and New Zealand.
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