The deal sees TfL and the Greater London Authority (GLA) (including the Metropolitan Police, the London Development Agency and the London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority), implementing Asite’s award winning SaaS solution.
Asite will provide TfL and the GLA with a single integrated data management solution for all aspects of the contract administration process across their significant on-going portfolio of construction and facilities management works. TfL staff as well as their entire construction supply chain will use Asite’s Contract Administration applications to manage contract change and to provide real-time visibility of their actual schedule and cost position against budget. This will assist each of the participants in the supply chain delivering the TfL public works programme by providing further transparency across the complexities of the gamut of forms of contract in use in the field.
Tony Ryan, Asite CEO said “We will be providing TfL with a true SaaS Platform, with a government grade pedigree of security, compliance, and enterprise systems integration. Our Cloud Platform will give TfL the flexibility to deliver Contract Administration to their supply chain within their existing and proven processes. Asite cSaaS and AppBuilder offers TfL and every member of their supply chain the ability to interact with critical project information in their own way by providing each participant with the information they need when they need it.
Asite delivers the following benefits:
Asite includes industry-leading support for all the NEC2 and NEC3 suite of contracts, as well as a range of other contract types, notably:
TfL was created in 2000 and is the integrated body responsible for the Capital's transport system. Its main role is to implement the Mayor's Transport Strategy for London and manage transport services across the Capital for which the Mayor has responsibility. These services include:
The GLA is a strategic authority with a London-wide role to design a better future for the Capital. The GLA was created by the GLA Act of 1999 and formally established on 3 July 2000. The GLA Act of 2007 introduced additional and enhanced powers for the Mayor of London and the London Assembly in several areas including housing, planning, climate change, waste, health and culture.