A West Monroe Partners White Paper

The need for increased spending paired with decreasing base water use, source of supply issues, and tighter regulations is proof that this industry is in significant disarray. Companies should be looking at process improvements and efficiency gains to lower operating costs and help offset the required spending on infrastructure replacement that is inevitable.

As the use of smart infrastructure in the water industry continues to grow, municipal utilities, in particular, can and should apply the lessons learned (both positive and negative) from electric utility AMI deployments.

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