WaterSmart Software Named to the 2019 GovTech 100 List

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WaterSmart recognized for work with municipalities by Government Technology Magazine

We are thankful for the opportunity to work with municipalities across the country

WaterSmart Software, the best-in-class customer self-service and data analytics platform provider for water utilities and municipalities, has been selected as a GovTech 100 company for 2019.

This annual list is published by Government Technology magazine, a division of e.Republic Inc., and recognizes 100 companies focused on making a difference in state and local government agencies across the United States. This is the second time that WaterSmart has been honored with this selection. 

"We are thankful for the opportunity to work with municipalities across the country, supporting them through digital transformations as they manage the world's most precious resource," says WaterSmart CEO Kevin Kern. "The WaterSmart mission is to change the way the world uses water by delivering world-class software and providing superior customer support to water utilities and municipalities."

WaterSmart began with a handful of proactive municipalities leading the country in tackling improved water-use efficiency and has since established a new norm for utilities in offering the highest level of Total Customer Engagement and self-service. In addition to providing account holders with detailed information on usage and possible leaks, WaterSmart empowers utility staff with a multi-channel engagement and analytics platform. WaterSmart serves over 100 utilities representing 4 million utility account holders.

About WaterSmart Software:

WaterSmart Software provides intelligence beyond the meter to make the lives of water utility managers easier. Water providers using WaterSmart’s cloud-based, customer self-service and analytics platform have been proven to reduce costs, improve operational efficiency, and increase customer satisfaction by more than 25%.

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