The Smart Water Networks (SWAN) Forum and Frost & Sullivan present a GIL Briefing outlining strategic policy decisions to anchor and balance growth for the water and environment industries in a period of transition
SANTA CLARA, Calif.
WHEN: 10:00 a.m. CDT, Thursday, June 8, 2017
LOCATION: Online, with free registration at https://goo.gl/xoG44c
Moderator: Frost & Sullivan, Senior Industry Analyst, Seth Cutler
EXPERT PANELIST: EPA, Deputy Director, Jeffrey Lape
EmNet, Enterprise Architect, Tim Braun
West Monroe Partners, Senior Manager, Peter Mulvaney
Impact Labs – IoT Impact Labs, Founder, Managing Director, Chris Rezendes
North America is in a period of transition with new political directions. This transition includes the drive to constrict the EPA and reduce regulation in the midst of national worries over water quality, the adoption of new technologies and business models, an increased need for partnerships at the local level, and the incorporation of private partners and practices. Now more now than ever, water utilities must build a framework to adopt policies and directions to improve local efficiencies and management. Data-driven smart water technologies are poised to be at the center of this transition, helping North American water utilities manage current and impending challenges, and form the bridge between today’s utility operations and successful navigation of the changing policy landscape.
The SWAN Forum and Frost & Sullivan welcome your participation in our fast approaching GIL (Growth, Innovation and Leadership) Briefing, where we will discuss leveraging policy to further the adoption of smart water networks.
Attend this webinar:
- To identify technologies and solutions that can help build and adapt to evolving policy
- To learn about national action from the EPA as well as decentralized efforts at the local level
- To connect with peers and speak to technology and policy experts
Thought leader insights:
“While it is certain that we are in a changing landscape, the needed directions and solutions are not always apparent or easily accessible,” said Frost & Sullivan Senior Industry Analyst Seth Cutler. “Industry stakeholders in the water utility space are more likely to understand changes and actionable solutions to improve their organization by attending our upcoming GIL Briefing.”
To attend the briefing, email Jaylon Brinkley, Corporate Communications – email@example.com — your full name, job title, company name, company telephone number, and company email address, website, city, state and country or click here: https://goo.gl/xoG44c
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