Zionsville-based digital water platform 120Water is forming a partner program to deliver comprehensive solutions for safe drinking water programs. The company says the new 120Water Partner Ecosystem pools resources of various technologies companies to help government officials and other water quality professionals more easily implement and maintain safe drinking water initiatives.
Newly formed partnerships include: Daupler, a Missouri-based listening platform for utilities; Chicago-based Noah Water Quality Maintenance System, an installed system to avoid water stagnation; and Indianapolis-based KHAFRA Engineering, which specializes in facility management of water and wastewater treatment plants.
120Water says its partner program will serve as a hub for hardware and devices, professional consulting, and laboratory services and will eliminate costly in-house resources and piecemeal solutions.
“The goal of these partnerships is to provide our joint customers the information and automated solutions they need to ensure a quality drinking water supply, and to stay compliant with water quality regulations,” said Megan Glover, chief executive officer of 120Water. “We are building out an entire ecosystem of partners, each of whom shares our mission of streamlining and modernizing complex drinking water initiatives.”
120Water’s platform consists of sample & filter kits, cloud-based software, and services used to manage and execute water programs at scale while saving operational resources.