PHOENIX – July 16, 2012 – Global Water Resources, Inc. (“Global Water”) announced today the launch of its FATHOM™ Mobile Android application for utility customers. FATHOM Mobile for Android empowers utility customers by placing water management tools at their fingertips. Customers can view account activity and bills, monitor water usage and make payments—all at the touch of a button. This latest FATHOM™ Mobile application follows the fall 2011 release of a similar app for the Apple iPhone.
“We’re thrilled to expand our mobile capabilities with our FATHOMTM Mobile Android platform. The Android launch means more water utility customers have greater access to better account management tools and more meaningful data,” said John Peckardt, Director of Information Technology at Global Water. “Extending our mobile strategy is a critical element of our mission to provide real‐time and actionable data that allows utility customers to monitor and manage their own consumption and exposure to the ever increasing costs of water.”
Mr. Peckardt added, “FATHOM™ Mobile smartphone applications on the Android and Apple platforms will continue to evolve with updates that increase functionality, further engage users and enhance the customer experience.”
The FATHOM™ Mobile Android application is available via Google Play (https://play.google.com ), keyword “FATHOM”.
Global Water Resources Corp and Global Water GWR Global Water Resources Corp. owns an approximate 48.1% interest in Global Water, a leading water resource management and technology company that owns and operates water, wastewater and recycled water utilities, and provides technology‐enabled services through its unique platform, FATHOM Utility‐to‐ Utility (“U2U™”) Solutions. Initially developed by Global Water to support and optimize its own utilities, FATHOM OS is a cloud‐based geo‐spatial integrated suite of utility‐to‐utility solutions proven to increase utility revenue, decrease operating costs and improve customer service. FATHOM™ puts water management tools in customers’ hands.
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