datb built High Speed 2's asset register, a key component of their information architecture.
EDF uses kinodb to manage asset investment and equipment reliability across the UK's nuclear power stations.
We built a global reporting system for the World Association of Nuclear Operators.
Camden Council uses a suite of kinodb applications across a number of areas including Homelessness Reduction, English for Speakers of Other Languages and Parking.
St Helens Council have selected kinodb as a key component of their information infrastructure; we will be training their developers to enable the replacement of many legacy applications within a single suite.
Thurrock Council uses kinodb for parking and other permits, and a Community Portal.
Thames Water uses kinodb applications for their investment planning and Drinking Water Safety Planning.
Maths with Parents drives parental engagement with their children's education. They use kinodb to allow schools to programme online activities for over 30,000 pupils.
Laing O'Rourke uses kinodb applications that we developed to help them plan and manage their work for HS2, and to deliver data to HS2's asset register via web services.
"Our unique software system (SNS) facilitates touch-of a-button meetings between Delegates as well as Speakers and Solution Providers, all on a one-to-one basis."
South West Water uses kinodb to prepare, optimise and submit their investment plans to Ofwat.
Anglian Water uses kinodb to gather detailed outturn costs for asset investments, and uses these to refine cost models for future work.
"The Risk and Asset Information system is delivering significant benefit to our business, enabling the sharing of data across multiple locations. datb's ability to respond to changing business needs means that the information is both readily available and keeping pace with the needs of the user community."
“The UK’s water companies need to submit periodic returns to the Drinking Water Inspectorate to demonstrate that they are managing all aspects of the safety of water supplies. A system was developed for Thames Water by datb that allows us to record, analyse and manage the large amounts of data, and the complex workflows, that are required for this process. As the DWI's reporting requirements evolved, datb updated the system quickly, effectively and without disruption, allowing us to continue to meet our obligations."
“It has been a thoroughly enjoyable experience working with datb. They went beyond the brief, focusing on the business outcomes at all times. They overcame unforeseen challenges with a positive and collaborative attitude, solving them all in their stride. I really feel datb are partners and look forward to a long term partnership."