Build a culture of data-driven decision making at your water utility

Overcome the inertia of existing systems and turn data into decisions to optimize operations, decision making, and collaborative workflows

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Drive behavioral changes, backed by technology

To address global pressures and demands, utilities rely on a wide range of data sources to make important business decisions. ​And due to a lack of interoperability between applications and the overwhelmingly large quantity of information being collected, most of this data is barely glanced at—or worse, ignored altogether.

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Best practices for creating a water data culture

Technology plays a key part in generating operational insights. It enables easy access to data and delivers advanced analytics for departmental needs. Here are the ways to become a data culture catalyst in your organization:

  • Encourage data-driven decision making

    Help employees understand the impact that data and its insights can have on their daily work—especially when that work demands rapid decision making.

  • Improve accessibility to data

    When data is made accessible, utility employees gain access to highly useful tools such as advanced data analytics that use artificial intelligence. 

  • Influence internal culture with third-party resources

    Working with an external consulting company is an efficient way to combine local knowledge with outsourced expertise.

  • Invest in real-time data capture

    Smart, automated technologies for water services will help organizations acquire masses of data for real-time analytics.

  • Dedicate your data management to solving problems

    Optimize your operations, decision-making, and data solutions with targeted KPIs and tools built to track performance.

  • Standardize with an operational data solution

    Use digital workspaces to visualize, calculate, and inform colleagues about network performance based on the unique needs across the organization.

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Stantec & Wellington Water

Wellington Water uses operational analytics to get a jump on pump maintenance to reduce costs and improve resilience. As a result, they have seen an estimated 20% savings in electricity costs—plus lower maintenance costs and fewer field tests needed to assess pump condition.

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Black & Veatch reports that 68% of water industry stakeholders claim to be collecting “lots of data,” but only 27% believed they are maximizing that data.

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Get from data to decisions, today

Info360 Insight is specifically tuned for the water industry’s asset lifecycle, empowering water and wastewater utilities to understand operational performance with business intelligence to improve service delivery and to manage operational and project complexity.

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Your digital transformation is within reach

Operational analytics, artificial intelligence, and the application of machine-learning algorithms can now be part of every water utility’s digital journey.  Reach out today to schedule your business consultation.

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