Using Water Reports To Strengthen Customer Relationships

May 26, 2021 12:00 pm
Gregg Black ETwater Smart Controller Sales Guy
Gregg Black

Technical Sales Manager, ETwater - a JaIN IRRIGATION COMPANY

Run time reports, measured water usage, estimated water use, and alerts help troubleshoot issues with an irrigation system. Just as important is how you use these reports to strengthen relationships with your customers.

You can manage what you measure, and most water users do not measure their water use. During this session, you will learn how to measure water use and, more importantly the best ways to share this with your customers. Another added benefit of reporting is that it drives internal efficiencies within your company too.

In this webinar, we’ll show you how Jain Unity Reports:

  • Provides information that highlights your effectiveness as a water manager
  • Indicates where your maintenance teams may need help or training
  • Helps track controller performance across a portfolio of sites
  • Supplies information you can use for your marketing activities

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