Less than a week left to register for LCRIG asset management webinar

In the race to net-zero, how can the integration of software solutions help local authorities to transform the performance of their assets and meet sustainability targets?

Join LCRIG for a webinar about it at 11am on 21 February which will look to explore this. The event is being delivered in association with intelligent asset management solution provider, Brightly Software who will showcase their asset management system, CONFIRM™. The software can help local authorities build a baseline carbon footprint of each of their assets and roll-up data across asset portfolios.

The webinar is being hosted by the Local Council Roads Innovation Group (LCRIG) and will be chaired by Brightly’s Account Director for the Northwest and Northeast, Cherryanne Cooper.

Cherryanne has worked with numerous organisations covering multiple sectors, in both private and public organisations over the last nearly 7 years, helping them to showcase their existing assets and developing growth strategies. She is now working to support local councils in fulfilling their ambitions to create a sustainable asset management portfolio that is smart, and resident focused and identify their carbon footprint.

Cherryanne will be joined by:

Karl Rourke – Service Manager, Street Lighting, Traffic Signals and CCTV at East Riding of Yorkshire Council

Karl is responsible for an overall revenue, capital and energy budget of £6m. Karl joined the East Riding of Yorkshire Council as Street Lighting Engineer 14 years ago and has been Service Manager for 3 years. In that time he has overseen a £12m column replacement programme, £10m energy reduction investment and energy reduction of 17m units.

Karl has also recently taken on the role of Project Manager for a Live Labs 2 project, Decarbonising the Highway, looking at decarbonising and rationalising street lighting and lit sign provision.

Chris Faires – Digital and Technology Manager – Highways at Hertfordshire County Council

Chris has worked in Highways for 20 years in a range of roles and now works to help Hertfordshire County Council get the most out of current and future technologies.

Chris is the lead for Confirm and Hertfordshire’s Fault Reporting System and has an overview of around 100 applications. Chris is active in several forums which enable him to understand good practice from peer organisations.

Hannah Winstanley – General Manager Country Lead, UK at Brightly Software

Hannah has over 19 years’ experience in Professional Services and leadership and has run complex long-term projects & budgets including a multi-million-pound programme of works for National Highways.

Hannah now prides herself in driving change across the public sector in innovation, technology, sustainability and diversity – leading on supporting women in the sector.

Nicholas Vague, Senior Solutions Consultant at Brightly Software

Nicholas has 15+ years experience working in asset management both in local government and as a consultant in private sector.

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