Enterprise Operations Management System (1997 – Present)
Toronto is the most populous city in Canada and the capital of the province of Ontario. Located in Southern Ontario on the northwestern shore of Lake Ontario, Toronto is home to a very diverse population of around 2.6 million people. The CN Tower, the tallest free-standing structure in the Western Hemisphere, is a signature icon of Toronto’s skyline among its many other skyscrapers and high-rise buildings.
Since 1997, AGL has worked with the City of Toronto to streamline the City’s asset and work management systems.
We have provided project management, design, development, business re-engineering, training and support services on numerous projects including a Traffic Claims Management System, the 600+ user, Toronto Maintenance Management System (TMMS), the Road Allowance Control System (RACS), the Road Disruption Activity Reporting System (RoDARS), the Toronto Infrastructure Asset Data System (TIADS), and various Y2K system replacements such as the North York Customer Request Management System.
We have been responsible for the implementation and maintenance of Cartegraph–based systems including the Traffic Signals Management System which manages and controls over 2250 traffic signals and the Street Furniture Information System (SFIS) which manages and controls 35,000 pieces of City approved Street Furniture.