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The Connected Utility Partnership Program will create value for water utilities with shared, analyzed data across of utility applications
Neptune Technology Group Inc. announced that Clevest has joined the Connected Utility Partnership Program.
￼￼￼Neptune’s Connected Utility Partnership Program was created to meet the growing needs of water utilities by extending Neptune’s capabilities beyond meter reading. The partnership program, with its ecosystem of technology providers, will create value for water utilities through an Advanced Sensor Infrastructure (ASI) with shared, analyzed data across an array of utility applications. The goals of the program are to communicate field data across departments and to leverage the institutional knowledge within the utility personnel to create a smart water utility.
“We are really excited that the Connected Utility Partnership Program has gained interest in the market,” said John Parks, director of new business development at Neptune. “We are looking forward to working with Clevest to leverage their Mobile Workforce Management solution in ￼conjunction with Neptune’s R900 and R450 Systems to provide more value to our mutual customers.”
“This partnership is important to Clevest because it provides enhanced access to some of Neptune’s technologies, which will facilitate the evolution of our product offering for the water utility industry going forward,” said Don Gibson, senior partner manager at Clevest.