Cyient joins Clear Horizon for network asset data management

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Hyderabad: Cyient, a global engineering and technology solutions company, has partnered with UK-based Clear Horizon.

Clear Horizon is a technology company providing specialized solutions for quality asset data management.

Under the tie-up, Cyient will combine its global reach, scale, and experience of systems integration in the utility industry with Clear Horizon’s mobile product CHIME. It will help customers benefit from advanced asset management and decision support capabilities, including workforce management.

CHIME works across infrastructure-intensive businesses where asset data quality is critical. These include companies in the electricity, water, gas, offshore oil and gas, railways, aerospace, and property sectors.

Clear Horizon’s technology is claimed to be the only dedicated mobile data collection product that remains connected to asset records at all times, quickly captures data from any combination of asset and activity and offers paperless operations from a single user interface that is easily understood by the field crew.

“We are excited to be working with Clear Horizon to expand and strengthen our mobile asset management solutions that are critical to our customers’ success,” said Baptiste Jouffroy, VP – EMEA , Energy & Utilities – Cyient.

“Given the strict regulatory environment of the utility industry and the heavy dependence on field crews to quickly collect good quality data, our combined offering is designed to alleviate key industry challenges, streamline operations, and deliver a positive impact on the bottom line,” added Jouffroy.

“Cyient’s deep knowledge and understanding of the relationship between mobile field working and asset data quality is exceptional, and we are delighted to be partnering with such a talented global team,” said Heather McCusker, CEO – Clear Horizon.

“Together we offer a truly unique benefit to global asset companies facing ever-increasing pressure for greater return on investment,” added McCusker.

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