Webinar | February 20, 2024

Scoring Big in Water Management: How A Winning Playbook and The Right Technology Ensures Victory Before, During and After Your AMI Deployment

Source: Kamstrup

Defining what a successful AMI deployment looks like for your utility is critical to ensuring the investment adds value to your bottom line and to supporting your city.

For El Paso Water Utility in Texas serving nearly 700,000 residents and Milcrofton Utility District, a smaller utility in Tennessee with just over 12,000 customers – their playbooks required different solutions, strategies, and processes. 

Join us for an engaging webinar where we’ll not only share the outcomes and benefits obtained by the utilities, but we’ll also delve into the strategic game plan for achieving victory in Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) projects. Just like a winning playbook in sports, a well-crafted plan is crucial for the success of water meter deployments. In this session, we’ll explore key plays, technology, strategies, and tactics that utilities – large and small – can implement to ensure a seamless and effective AMI deployment. 

You’ll hear first-hand how El Paso, TX and Milcrofton, TN is leveraging AMI to:    

  • Prioritize utility operations and daily work tasks to maintain its water network.
  • Identify leaks faster – reducing cost per identified leak and reducing non-revenue water
  • Assess the need for maintenance and infrastructure investments.

Industry experts from El Paso, Milcrofton, and Kamstrup will break down the winning moves that can elevate your AMI deployment game to championship levels. Don't miss this opportunity to score big with your water infrastructure investments. 

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