The annual REROC (Riverina Eastern Regional Organisation of Councils) conference was a great opportunity to catch up with our Unity Asset Manage customers and to meet with GIS specialists from other Councils across New South Wales.
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It's always exciting for us when we onboard new customers, and over the next few months we'll be overseeing the launch of Unity Asset Manage (AssetFinda) for New Zealand utility company GasNet, and southern New South Wales council Greater Hume Council.
Yarriambiak Shire Council and Upper Hutt City Council both benefit from AssetFinda's cloud hosting giving them instant and up-to-date access to data wherever they are.
Our Unity Mobile (fieldGO) solution is a fully configurable mobile software works management platform. Get a look at the updates coming in 2021 as part of the v7 Unity Mobile releases.
Norfolk Island Regional Council invested AssetFinda, a part of Unity Manage, as the digital solution to bring the services they offer their residents into the modern era.
The flexibility of Power BI reporting: Unity Manage offers greater efficiency for generating reports
As part of our commitment to continual improvement, we're rolling out Power BI Reports, which are designed to complement the current reports that are already inside Unity Manage. By utilising Power BI reports, we are now able to build additional functionality inside the reports, meaning Councils can now benefit from customised reporting.
Univerus Managed Services will extend your team capability with guaranteed resource commitments based on your specific usage requirement, including specialist resource requirements - to help improve best practise within your organisation and make best use of your Univerus software.
The Unity Solutions suite enabled Central Hawkes Bay District Council to integrate AssetFinda with Magiq and fieldGO to bring them real-time data on which to base billing and asset invoicing.
The annual Water New Zealand Conference was held in Hamilton last month, and we came away from it with some valuable insights into what the future looks set to bring for all Kiwis.