Press Release: 2nd October, 2018

Altuity, a maintenance and facilities management software company, has announced a new partnership with JS Photography to provide a service for photosphere photography skills.

Altuity’s asset and maintenance management software helps schools, workplaces, utilities and contractors manage buildings, estates and underground assets in the built environment. Part of their offering is affordable, leading edge, 360° technology to help maintain these buildings, estates and assets.

This photosphere environment which school business managers, bursars, facilities managers and site teams can use to maintain their estates has been developed as a significant extension to Altuity’s AltoSites software which already uses maps, floor plans or site plans to provide a 2D perspective.

Altuity founder Steve Voller says: “Working with JSSP will enable our clients to use specialist photography skills to capture photospheres in their buildings. These will then be integrated with floor plans to provide users with a photo-realistic environment to manage their facilities. The new partnership means that clients can either take their own photospheres using highly affordable cameras or take advantage of JSSP’s skill set.

“We’re always on the look-out to partner with like-minded organisations wanting to add value or differentiate their offerings so the partnership with JSSP is a perfect fit,” Voller adds.

Kevin Hall, national sales manager at JS Photography, says: “We’re very excited to be working alongside Altuity. Steve and his team have a great product which will be invaluable to our education customers and commercial clients alike.”

JS Photography was established in 1991 and has become one of the UK’s largest and most progressive school and nursery photography companies. JS Photo aims to provide high-quality imagery and specialist 360° photospheres for today’s modern markets.

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