HUNTSVILLE, Alabama, August 30, 2018
Hexagon’s Safety & Infrastructure division and Clevest have partnered to offer Clevest’s workforce automation products alongside Hexagon’s utility GIS and outage management systems for integrated office-to-field solutions. The partnership expands the network engineering and operations offerings for utilities and telecommunications companies and smart cities in North America.
Clevest provides software that connects the mobile workforce to office operations, optimizing field activities or processes and improving outage response, restoration times, worker productivity and safety. The company’s solutions have helped utility companies deploy over 30 million AMI meters and serve more than 100 million consumers.
“Hexagon’s utility GIS and outage management customers will benefit from Clevest’s innovative mobile platform and products, including its Mobile Workforce Management solution for field operations and crew scheduling," said Bill Campbell, senior vice president of the Americas, Hexagon’s Safety & Infrastructure division. “The integrated solutions from Clevest and Hexagon can improve utilities’ ability to manage daily work and outage response, and make better decisions that improve engineering, operations and customer service programs.”
Hexagon’s Safety & Infrastructure division has pioneered the development and application of location-based technology for more than 45 years. The company supports hundreds of utilities and communications customers around the world with solutions spanning network engineering, network operations, customer services, sales and marketing and physical security.
“We are excited to partner with Hexagon and integrate our solutions to create a truly unique offering that is unmatched in today’s marketplace,” said Thomas Ligocki, president and CEO of Clevest. “The combined solutions from Hexagon and Clevest will provide customers with gains in efficiencies and effectiveness, reductions in manual interventions and errors, improved adherence to regulatory requirements and much more.”