Maynard, Massachusetts –zLink, a leading provider of Integrated Workspace and Facility Management Systems software and services, was the top ranked firm to win the contract to replace the IBM Tririga legacy Facilities Maintenance Management System (FMMS) at the OR Department of Transportation (ODOT). zLink’s IWMS integrates assets, maintenance, projects, capital planning, and lease tracking information. It also includes facilities space management, environmental management, and energy management. The new System provides ODOT with data to streamline operations, allow better insights and actions to make building processes and infrastructures more efficient, more productive, more responsive, and fiscally responsible.

About OR Department of Transportation (ODOT)

ODOT, established in 1969, is responsible for systems of transportation for the state of Oregon. The Facilities Services Branch provides maintenance and construction services to Agency-owned and occupied structures and properties, including office buildings, rest areas, DMV outlets, communication sites, maintenance locations, and many other types of structures. The Agency owns over 1,100 buildings on 376 properties totaling over 3 million square feet, valued at an estimated $488 million.

About zLink, Inc.

zLink, has provided Facility Management (FM) software solutions to its clients for over 25 years. zLink has provided Integrated Facility Management Software solutions to Corporations, Universities, Medical Centers and Federal Government Agencies. The solutions are based on its innovative “space-centric visualization enabling” zLinkFM™ platform that tightly couples Corporate and Operational data to Facilities Space.