Raildiary, the technology company which has revolutionised data capture to
boost productivity for businesses connected to the rail industry, has taken an ambitious
step into other business sectors.
With a rebrand under the name Gather, it is establishing itself as the software provider
of choice for capturing essential data across a wide spectrum of infrastructure projects,
including rail, highways, utilities, renewable energy, and aviation.
William Doyle, CEO of the Manchester-based company, said the name-change signified a profound shift in the industry’s approach to data management.
“We have a strong track record of delivering cost-effective and time-saving data
management for the benefit of companies connected to the rail industry and are
beginning to replicate them with regard to infrastructure projects in other business
“Our software’s adaptability and effectiveness lead to substantial productivity and
efficiency gains. This shift is not just a rebranding; it is an industry-wide advancement
that promises to redefine data capture and analysis to accelerate sustainable
Raildiary’s previous successes have included Europe’s biggest utilities project Thames
Tideway, the £1.2 billion A12 Essex road upgrade project and the Gatwick Airport
Station Upgrade working with notable clients such as Network Rail, Balfour Beatty and
“With the benefit of that experience, we decided that the time was right to take the
strategic step towards revolutionising data capture in other infrastructure projects,
benefitting both local businesses and the broader industry,” said William Doyle.