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REAMS extends partnership with Bouygues E&S

REAMS, a market leader in technical asset management, has extended its relationship with Bouygues Energies and Services (Bouygues E&S), having renewed the contract to continue to provide engineering advice and asset management technology solutions across its portfolio of facility management contracts.

Bouygues E&S deployed REAM’s ELIAS as its digital asset management platform of choice to support a business-wide initiative on asset management, capturing 1.4 million assets so far across 40 contracts. The solution has allowed Bouygues E&S to create model-optimised maintenance strategies and rationalised business capital expenditure forecasting across its clients’ asset base.

This blend of a cross-contract approach and the rich analytic tools provided by ELIAS has provided the Bouygues E&S executive leadership team with valuable business insights to ensure that their clients continue to receive maximum asset life and building availability.

Speaking of the renewed partnership, REAMS CEO Alistair Clements said: “We are delighted to enter into a long-term agreement with Bouygues E&S, enhancing our partnership with bespoke technology solutions to further support their business processes, and management of their client’s assets.  Like so many of our clients, ELIAS becomes embedded within their operation, driving value and critical insights.”

Emmanuel Chautemps, Executive Director at Bouygues E&S said: “We strive to make our clients’ assets go further in terms of resilience, total operating costs, and carbon footprint. Our continued partnership with REAMS and its ELIAS solution empowers our engineers to develop great insights into the assets we manage on our decarbonisation and digital transformation journey.”

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