FlowWorks, Inc.
FlowWorks is a secure web platform to gather, analyze and understand all forms of environmental monitoring data. FlowWorks is hardware neutral, receiving data from all manufacturers’ flow and level meters, rain gauges and data systems. It also collects data directly from SCADA systems, USGS and NOAA environmental stations and more. Our clients use FlowWorks to bring large quantities of time-series data together across multiple platforms. Once in FlowWorks, powerful analysis tools allow engineers and managers to understand their systems and to make appropriate decisions. Results are easily transferred to Word and Excel reports, or published anywhere including to the web.

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606 Maynard Avenue South, Suite 251
Seattle, WA 98104
United States
Phone: (206) 859-6999, ext. 1

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Software, Data Management

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