ITI builds on experience, trust, and invention. It plans to expand its service offering by providing further control and automation safety solutions but also by enhancing its digital operations by productising a number of software applications they have developed and implemented over the years. Andrew Mills, CEO of ITI, said: “The business has successfully evolved over time, but this rebrand has given us the opportunity to focus on a new purpose which will include expansion of our offering and targeted growth including acquisitions.
“We’re still going to leverage our safety and control heritage and enhance our 24-hour support function, but we will also build and develop our digital operations as that’s definitely the direction industry is going. Major players are gearing up to be greener and are more digitally reliant and we’re ready to hit the ground running and help our customers transform.”
It’s clear from Government and the National Infrastructure Construction Procurement Pipeline that a lot of the upcoming plans for industry will focus on safety, security and being socially and environmentally friendly. The pipeline sets out procurements with an estimated contract value of up to £37 billion, and of that, around a quarter covers the space in which ITI currently operates. The organisation has significant insight into industry, already supporting the successful work of the energy sector’s most transformative companies, including BP, Centrica, Drax, EDF Energy, National Grid, Sellafield Ltd and SSE plc, which puts it in a prime position to deliver exactly what industry needs.