120WaterAudit nominated for tech awards

120 Water Audit

120WaterAudit has been nominated for two TechPoint Mira Awards for New Tech of the Year and its Scale-Up of the Year honor. The TechPoint Mira Awards formed from the merging of two IT industry organizations in Indiana and honor technology innovation annually in the state.

120WaterAudit’s Public Water System Platform was nominated for TechPoint’s New Tech Product of the Year, which recognizes innovative and groundbreaking tech products. The Scale-Up of the Year award recognizes high-growth, innovation-driven companies that provide technology products or services.

“The Indianapolis tech ecosystem empowers us to acquire the talent needed to build our business across the United States and around the globe,” said Megan Glover, chief executive officer of 120WaterAudit. “We’re seeing a promising number of states and entities from outside of the Midwest take a deeper look at the transformation we’re bringing to the water sector and the value our innovations are bringing to communities looking to implement much-needed improvements to their water infrastructure systems.”

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A cloud software and testing kit provider, 120WaterAudit works with government agencies and public water systems to implement drinking water compliance programs. The company also provides utilities with its in-house proprietary lead program management software, which helps to centralize data related to lead programs, integrate customer information and other systems of record, manage program workflows, save time and improve communications for lead programs.

120WaterAudit also recently leveraged its Schools Platform, another innovation, to help the State of Indiana test more than 600 schools across the state for lead in drinking water. The firm recently inked a similar deal with the Chicago public-school system to test drinking water in schools and daycares throughout the city.

Nominees for the Mira Awards were selected by 48 independent subject-matter experts who evaluated and ranked the applications. Later this month, nominees will present their cases to judging panels, after which the judges will select the winners following deliberations.

TechPoint, a nonprofit, industry-led growth initiative for Indiana’s technology ecosystem, announced the nominees for its 20th annual Mira Awards presented by Angie’s List and Salesforce. The Mira Awards gala—the biggest tech awards event in the state—celebrates the people, products, companies, and places chosen as ‘The Best of Tech in Indiana.’ Winners will be announced at a black-tie awards ceremony and gala April 13, at the JW Marriott.

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