Utility Cloud is an easy to use operations management platform that features robust work and asset management capabilities designed to increase operational efficiency.
You will leverage comprehensive, real-time and offline work order management tools that naturally integrates your geospatial data, operational resources and workflows to streamline workforce efficiency, compliance reporting, operational budgeting, capital planning and asset management.
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“Utility Cloud is almost like a crowd-sourced operations management system. Because they view their relationships with our water and sewer teams as partnerships, they’re always using our feedback to improve the system. The intelligence of the entire water community is built into Utility Cloud.”
Al Robertson, Utilities Maintenance Supervisor and Joel Lashley, Utility Systems Supervisor, Hillsborough, NC
Utility Cloud was built with the safety, compliance and efficiency or your assets, teams and communities in mind. Secured in the cloud using the latest web technology online and offline, it is easy to get started with the system. Our clients benefit from anywhere, anytime information from people, sensors, machines, other business systems and 3rd party data.
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39,000 people in 102 countries that rely on Utility Cloud to manage their operations
Conventional or unidirectional (UDF) hydrant flushing programs minimizes mineral and sediment build-up, which increases water flow rates and improves water quality. By replacing paper-based systems, Utility Cloud further improves productivity at a fraction of the cost.Read More
What is FOG? FOG is Fats, Oils, and Grease that are produced during the preparation of food. Most Food Service Establishments (FSE’s) implement a FOG control program to stay compliant with waste discharge requirements. FOG best management practices (BMP’s) are performed to ensure fats, oils and grease aren’t traveling down the drains, and affecting the degradation and flow of a community’s wastewater system.Read More
Stormwater Best Management Practices (BMP’s) are methods put in place to prevent flooding during storms and reduce contamination from stormwater runoffs. Following best management practices can dramatically improve a community’s water quality and ensure they’re in compliance with the Stormwater Phase II rule.Read More