Dootrix and i2O

Elliott King
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on 28 November 2017

We are delighted to announce that Dootrix has signed a partner agreement to help i2O, a global provider of smart water network solutions, extend the application of its devices on the ground.

More than 100 utilities in more than 25 countries around the world use i2O solutions not only to reduce leakage, bursts, operational costs and energy bills, but also to lengthen the life of assets, improve customer service and to increase their return on infrastructure investments.

We look forward to working with i2O to develop transformational products and to bring innovative new solutions to market quickly and efficiently.

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i2O are at the forefront of network monitoring systems and solutions, in an industry that Cathryn Ross,the Chief Executive of Ofwat, has described as “ripe for a revolution.”  In a recent speech to the water industry she encouraged utilities to embrace data-driven innovation to satisfy “consumers’ pent-up demand for better services.”

In her summary she emphasised the huge opportunities open to the water industry if they embrace innovation in their data monitoring and analytics.

“The opportunity is huge. The opportunity to satisfy that ‘pent-up’ demand for peace of mind and convenience.  That opportunity to use data and a more engaging interface really to build customers into the value chain, influence demand and manage networks and resources smarter.”

It is exciting to hear the CEO of Ofwat framing this innovation-driven future not so much as a challenge, but as an opportunity. We are delighted to be working with i2O as they help to enable the global water industry with their smart water network solutions that will be the key to monitoring, managing and optimising 21st century utilities.

You can read more about our thoughts on Cathryn Ross’ speech here, and read more about i2O here.  If you would like to talk to us about how Dootrix can help your organisation to manage and understand vital data, please do get in touch.

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