AUSTIN, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--FATHOM Water Management, Inc. (“FATHOM”), the utility-to-utility Smart Grid for water technology leader, today announced that Bob Flaherty has joined the team as the Northeast Regional Vice President of Sales and Marketing.
Flaherty comes to FATHOM with over a decade of proven experience in designing, developing and implementing innovative water and wastewater industry solutions. Prior to joining FATHOM, Bob was a senior member of Oracle’s Utilities Global Business Unit. His abilities and understanding of meter data management tools resulted in Oracle’s largest recorded meter-to-cash sales to date.
“In recent years, the Northeast and Midwest have faced water supply shortages, not unlike the western states. Demand side solutions are needed to reshape consumer behavior and increase water resource management efficiencies,” said Trevor Hill, CEO of FATHOM. “Bob is an established thought leader in the water community, his experience and strong regional involvement will be a welcomed asset expanding the reach of FATHOM’s SaaS software and managed services solutions.”
“FATHOM is the comprehensive Smart Grid for water technology leader, with a range of products benefitting both partners and water utility customers,” said Flaherty. “It’s an exciting time for FATHOM to meet the needs of this underserved market. I look forward to helping expand and develop stronger relationships in the Northeast and Midwest.”
FATHOM, the utility-to-utility Smart Grid for water technology leader, providing partners with comprehensive customer-to-meter solutions. Founded and conceived by Global Water Management, LLC in 2003, the company has 200+ employees based in Phoenix, AZ with offices in Austin, TX and Alpharetta, GA with over 150 public water systems and partners globally. FATHOM offers a rapidly deployable, risk-free, cloud-based geospatial platform that transforms real-time meter data into proven, single-source, meter-to-cash managed services solutions. To learn more, visit www.gwfathom.com, when Smart makes sense.