Zionsville-based digital water platform 120Water has formed an advisory board to provide insight it says will help drive the company’s growth. The company says it saw 250% revenue growth in 2020 and expanded its customer base to 19 states.
The members of the advisory board include:
- Tom Ferguson, managing partner at Burnt Island Ventures, a San Francisco-based early stage venture fund for the water sector.
- Adam Tank, the director of software solutions for Transcend Water, a developer of SaaS solutions that help water companies quickly generate engineering-grade water treatment facility designs.
- Jim Williams, general manager, Peerless-Midwest/SUEZ, a water supply contracting and hydrogeologic services company.
“As we prepare for our next phase of growth, we have thoughtfully expanded our leadership, advisors and board of directors to provide insight to drive new products and services,” said Megan Glover, chief executive officer of 120Water. “With the addition of our new Advisory Board members we are positioned to continue solving the complex and costly challenges faced by water systems while empowering water professionals to protect public health.”
120Water says the products and services it created in 2020 include a COVID-19 wastewater monitoring solution, a Lead Service Line solution to help municipalities map their existing lead service lines, and an automated communications module and Public Transparency Dashboard to help utilities comply with new Lead & Copper Rule communications mandates.