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Itron Named Visionary for 2021

Itron announced earlier this year that they had been named a Visionary in Gartner Magic Quadrant for Managed IoT Connectivity Services Worldwide’s March 2021 issue. Gartner believed that their Managed IoT connectivity service market makes way for proper data collection, analysis, and connectivity in all solutions. This is a huge honor for Itron.

 

Itron’s Senior Vice President of Outcomes, Don Reeves, says of the title, “We are proud to be named a Visionary by Gartner. We believe this report reinforces our position as an IoT platform solution provider for software and managed services, as well as data management, intelligent analytics, and control systems for advanced utility and smart city use cases.”

 

Itron has earned this honor by collaborating with several partners and continuously elevating their value through their services that connect to the IIoT network. The American technology company’s platforms for energy and water resource management are known for being reliable, resilient, and competitive in price, always focused on improving the quality of life for municipalities worldwide. Installing Itron not only means reduced expenses but improved customer engagement and reliability within the distribution system. Their innovation in flow meters and collection system meters is a great choice.

 

Gartner, founded in 1979, is a leading research and advisory company and a member of the S&P 500. They work with business leaders, providing insight and the tools needed to accomplish mission-critical goals. Through their data driver work, they have been able to assist over 14,000 enterprises worldwide. Learn more about Gartner here.

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