120WaterAudit’s Release of Public Water System Software Fuels Customer Growth By Making Drinking Water Compliance Better

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120WaterAudit’s Release of Public Water System Software Fuels Customer Growth By Making Drinking Water Compliance Better

By |2018-08-21T13:30:39+00:00August 21st, 2018|News|0 Comments

As drinking water issues garner national headlines, municipal and school officials embrace solutions that improve compliance, save money and boost transparency

Zionsville, Ind., Aug. 21, 2018 – 120WaterAudit LLC, a leading provider of water-testing and compliance solutions, today reported strong customer growth across the country for its cutting-edge software to help public water systems manage their critical lead-testing, infrastructure and compliance programs. In addition to adding the State of Maryland to the 120WaterAudit Schools platform, the launch of the Public Water System platform is being well received by customers across the country, including Lawrence, IN, Lewisville, TX, Loveland, CO, Louisville, CO.

“We’ve seen rapid adoption of our Public Water System platform because these water systems need new tools to manage the scale of their lead programs. That, plus our point of use kits make that process completely turnkey for them,” said Megan Glover, co-founder and CEO of 120WaterAudit. “Public water systems need solutions that improve compliance and provide transparency, all while providing a significant cost-savings. Our customers are saving more than 50% or more per sample while collecting and managing the data needed to ensure compliance and provide the transparency that customers and regulators demand.”

120WaterAudit’s innovative cloud-based software, testing kits and services help water professionals scale and streamline point-of-use programs that save money, increase data transparency, ensure compliance and improve the customer experience. These products do so by centralizing data related to lead programs, integrating customer information and other systems of record, managing program workflows, and triggering timely internal and external communications related to lead programs.

“If you’re not using software, you have a lot of manual steps that are time-consuming, difficult to track, and take away from higher value tasks your team could be tackling to manage safe drinking water,” Glover said.

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