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Egis and Certus Digital partner to transform asset lifecycle management

Egis and Certus Digital (Certus) have formed a strategic partnership to launch digital asset lifecycle management services in the transport infrastructure sector.

Certus Digital is a leading business transformation service provider for asset-intensive organisations in Australasia. Certus Digital has built their reputation on providing transformational asset management systems and services to help infrastructure companies embrace digital innovation and improve performance. Egis is a leading global consulting, construction engineering and operations & maintenance group with experience in providing end-to-end services along the lifecycle of large and complex infrastructure projects.

The partnership will see Egis and Certus collaborate on significant infrastructure management projects worldwide, creating ‘best practice’, end-to-end asset management services for rail, road and airport projects.

Both organisations will work together at an industry level to create a blueprint to enable operational excellence.

In this partnership, Egis will bring its expertise as long-term operator and asset manager and Certus will leverage their system integration and process transformation capabilities continuously throughout all the phases of asset-rich transport projects.

Brian Allen, CEO of Certus Digital, says the partnership offers a step-change opportunity for the organisation as it opens the door to implementing and supporting systems managing the entire asset lifecycle. Working with Egis will provide us with opportunities to implement enduring initiatives with customers. Alex Yee, CEO of Egis in Australia and New Zealand adds “This partnership is an excellent opportunity to extend our goal of integrating strategic and operational asset management with data rich digital asset management environments and services for our existing and future customers. It will also enable Certus and its customers to benefit from our engineering and operations expertise. We have already started to jointly pursue targeted opportunities in Australia and other regions.”

Laurent Germain, CEO of Egis, says “Together, we will meet the need for enhanced digital lifecycle management in our target sectors, by establishing a comprehensive technology service platform that utilises best practice patterns, industry accelerators and advanced data and AI (Artificial Intelligence) capabilities. Our transformational services will place asset insights at the heart of its approach, which we believe is essential to creating more value from the data we hold for the infrastructures we manage.”


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