utility owners
Utility management

Master your own data

Back up your operations with independently verified, scalable utility mapping

No more waiting months for utility data

No steep learning curve to master software

No more file/software installation: 100% online

Remote verification

Rapidly access comprehensive visual evidence and record data, helping you pinpoint your utility risk

Network expansion

Plan network expansions and improvements with detailed digital utility data

Sharable data

Have the ability to share your network utility data and insights with other stakeholders such as: GCs, locators, engineers, SUE and more


Utility owners use 4M to

Prevent accidental strikes or service interruptions during maintenance

Facilitate compliance and due diligence with comprehensive asset mapping

Plan upgrades and identify growth opportunities using utility data in context


Everything you need to know

What is utility management?

Utility management refers to the administration and coordination of utility services such as water, electricity, gas, and waste disposal. This involves ensuring that these services are provided efficiently and effectively, maintaining infrastructure, managing costs, and ensuring compliance with regulations. It also involves strategic planning for future needs and sustainability.

Why is utility management important?

Utility management is crucial because it ensures the reliable and consistent delivery of essential services to homes, businesses, and public facilities. Effective utility management can lead to cost savings, improved service reliability, reduced environmental impact, and increased customer satisfaction. It also plays a key role in public health and safety, economic development, and environmental sustainability.

What are the key components of utility management?

Key components of utility management include infrastructure management, financial management, customer service, regulatory compliance, and strategic planning. Infrastructure management involves maintaining and upgrading utility systems. Financial management includes budgeting, cost control, and revenue generation. Customer service involves addressing customer needs and complaints. Regulatory compliance ensures adherence to laws and regulations. Strategic planning involves forecasting future needs and planning for sustainable growth.

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