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Season's greetings from the crew at Thinking Windows. Wishing everyone a happy and joyful New Year!
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Aquantify live at Western Water:

Thinking Windows Technical is delighted to announce the conclusion of successful implementation of Aquantify at Western Water, replacing the organisation’s legacy water and wastewater quality management systems. Aquantify implementation will aid Western Water with data quality management and regulatory compliance reporting, as well as general field data collection and analysis.

Western Water is one of Victoria's fastest-growing regional urban water corporations, servicing Sunbury, Melton, Macedon Ranges, Bulla and Gisborne, providing water, recycled water and sewerage services to 58,200 properties over an area of 3,000 square kilometres and a population of over 150,000.
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Wannon goes live with APDM:

Wannon Water completed the beta test program and joined Yarra Valley to offer electronic invoices through Australia Post’s Digital Mailbox. Customers can now sign up and enjoy the digital delivery of their invoice and the ability to pay via that system.
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Western Water Signs Up For Aquantify:

Western Water has signed up for the implementation of Thinking Windows Technical’s data quality management solution, Aquantify, to replace the organisation’s legacy water and wastewater systems. Aquantify will be rolled out across several areas within the water utility to aid with data quality management and regulatory compliance reporting, as well as general field data collection and analysis.

Western Water is one of Victoria's fastest-growing regional urban water corporations, servicing Sunbury, Melton, Macedon Ranges, Bulla and Gisborne, providing water, recycled water and sewerage services to 58,200 properties over an area of 3,000 square kilometres and a population of over 150,000.
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NSW WIOA Conference:

Catherine Huf from Wannon Water presented a paper on Aquantify at the NSW Water Industry Operators Association conference in Orange on the 2nd and 3rd of April. Her opening address was titled Aquantify: enabling efficient recording and reporting of plant performance and water quality - Best Paper Overall Victoria 2013.

The session included an overview of the latest features of Aquantify as well the new iPhone App, with a focus on efficiency improvements gained by using the system at Wannon Water.
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Aquantify live at Wannon Water:

Thinking Windows Technical is pleased to announce the successful implementation of Aquantify at Wannon Water. Following extensive development and data conversion from Wannon's legacy water quality management system, Aquantify has been rolled out and is now live in operational use across the utility’s offices and water and wastewater treatment plants. The system will be used throughout the organisation to support a wide range of business activities involving data collection, monitoring, analysis and reporting.

Wannon Water is Victoria's second largest regional urban water corporation by service area, supplying water and sewerage services to a permanent population of over 80,000 people, including residential, commercial, industrial and rural customers.
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Aquantify White Paper Presented at WIOA:

Catherine Huf from Wannon Water recently presented a technical paper at the 2013 Water Industry Operators Association Conference in Bendigo. The paper was entitled “Aquantify - Enabling efficient recording and reporting of plant performance and water quality.”

Catherine’s presentation created quite a bit of interest from other delegates attending the conference. We were thrilled when Catherine was awarded the Hepburn Prize for the best overall paper presented at the conference.

Thinking Windows staff also attended the two day conference as part of our desire to continually increase our own knowledge of this part of the water industry.
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