Recently, The Kansas City Star argued that installing fire sprinklers in new homes is a no-brainer. Losing a home is one thing. Losing a family member? That’s on a different level.
One of the major concerns of home owners considering fire sprinklers is the fire sprinkler’s ability to cause water damage. ...Continue Reading →
This past Tuesday, I presented at the National ABPA Conference down in San Antonio. My focus was on how backflow testing businesses and water utilities can do more, with less, by using cloud technology. There was a great turn out for the show, but in case you weren’t able to make it, here’s the PowerPoint I put together.
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Today, Jeremiah gave a presentation at the National American Backflow Prevention Association Conference. We’re all proud of that – it’d be silly not to be. But the thing that struck me most is when I called to ask how it went, he said, “It went well. I think the next thing we need to focus on is…” Instead of taking that time to gush about how he felt it went, he moved straight to what needs to happen next.
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We are happy to announce that this past Saturday, we released an update to the way locations of devices are managed. This is the first of two changes that will make it easier to track customers with devices at different locations.
Previously, a customer record has a list of devices. And each device has an address. For example:
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