Amey recently introduced the FieldViewer app under its contract with Severn Trent, reducing fuel expenses by 27% and reducing CO2 emissions by 75 tons, which is equal to seven times one person’s carbon footprint.
The app enables company supervisors to collect real-time data and photos from different locations simultaneously and remotely, which reduces the amount of travel that improves security and employee well-being, along with CO2 emissions and our environmental impact. In addition, this app also helps eliminate time-consuming administrative paperwork for the entire account, giving individuals more time to carry out ‘real supervision’ and helping improve the customer experience.
Andrew Ross, business director of Water South, Amey, says,
"It’s really important to us that we deliver a high-quality level of service to Severn Trent’s customers. FieldViewer has allowed us to concentrate on our frontline operations, rather than spending time on non-value-add tasks. It was only when we started using the app that we realised the added sustainability and wellbeing benefits."
FieldViewer is a software service developed by Techfinity. Managing Director Shameel Rahman commented:
"We built FieldViewer from scratch, specifically for the Utility sector, where it solves a number of key challenges faced by field service businesses. We’re pleased to be working with innovative companies like Amey to make measurable improvements in delivering complex public services. One of FieldViewer’s main strengths is its ease of use, which has resulted in industry-leading user adoption, greater focus on completing the works".