TORONTO — Ontario’s Ministry of Transportation (MTO) has extended its agreement with Aurigo Software for contract management services for two more years.
MTO’s web-based contract management service (WBCMS), powered by Aurigo’s Masterworks platform, supports Ontario’s annual investment of over $3 billion in capital construction, maintenance and operations of the region’s transportation networks, states a release, adding as part of the extension the system will be upgraded to run on the newly launched Masterworks 2021 edition of the software.
MTO first partnered with Aurigo Software in early 2014 to help plan and deliver the province’s multibillion-dollar infrastructure program. The following year, the Aurigo platform was selected again by the MTO to include managing its construction, engineering and operations service provider contracts.
Over 1,000 internal and external MTO team members use the solution to streamline how they collect, report and validate data, indicates the release.
“Capital infrastructure owners are increasingly moving to cloud-based platforms that are reliable and scalable to manage their contract data and execute their complex programs successfully,” said Balaji Sreenivasan, CEO and founder of Aurigo Software, in a statement. “We are delighted to continue our partnership with the ministry to help deliver vital infrastructure to the residents of Ontario.”