- Functional Applications - Transportation Management Systems (TMS)
- Platform as a Service (PaaS) - Application Development Platforms
- Cities & Municipalities
- Logistics & Transportation
- Quality Assurance
- Autonomous Transport Systems
- Time Sensitive Networking
- Cloud Planning, Design & Implementation Services
- Testing & Certification
Socrata customers struggled with accessing and using data from siloed systems, hindering their ability to make data-driven decisions. For example, the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) had limited access to their business intelligence software, making it difficult to use data for daily work and secure funding for projects.
About The Customer
The customer, UDOT, is the Utah Department of Transportation. They needed a solution to consolidate data from multiple systems and provide access to more employees for better data-driven decision-making and securing funding for projects.
Socrata migrated its platform from Microsoft Azure to Amazon Web Services (AWS) to improve scalability and focus on developing new solutions. They also worked with Grant Thornton to consolidate data from UDOT's business systems into Socrata's cloud-based platform. This allowed any UDOT employee to access budget and spending information, project funding and statuses, and asset management reporting.
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