State and local government agencies can benefit from a streamlined procurement process and discounted pricing.
Austin, Texas – February 5, 2019 – AgileAssets Inc., a leading provider of transportation asset lifecycle management software, has been awarded two new cooperative contracts that give state and local governments more flexibility in purchasing AgileAssets solutions. The contracts—one with the US government’s General Services Administration (GSA) and the other with Texas Department of Information Resources (DIR)—provide convenient alternatives to the traditional procurement process as well as lower pricing than individual purchase agreements.
“AgileAssets is committed to making it easier for transportation agencies to get the solutions they need to solve their big challenges—making roadways safer, allocating funds more effectively, and getting the most value across the entire lifecycle of their transportation assets,” said Michael Lester, Chief Operating Officer at AgileAssets. “By purchasing through GSA and Texas DIR, agencies can shorten the time to value of their new AgileAssets solutions and pass those benefits on to the traveling public.”
Several transportation agencies at the state and local level have already taken advantage of the Texas DIR contract to accelerate the procurement of AgileAssets software. Agencies use the advanced analytics, mapping, and reporting capabilities of AgileAssets solutions to manage and maintain pavements, bridges, and other roadway assets to improve transportation safety and quality while getting the maximum return on their infrastructure investments.
AgileAssets is a leading global provider of transportation asset lifecycle management software for public and private organizations. From advanced analytics and strategic decision-making to day-to-day maintenance operations for pavements, bridges, and other roadway assets, AgileAssets’ enterprise solutions support the complete management of integrated asset portfolios, helping agencies to deliver safer, more reliable transportation networks while achieving the highest return on infrastructure investments.