When Christine Boyle started her company Valor Water Analytics, she didn’t expect it would be a Silicon Valley technology startup.
After all, the company, founded in North Carolina, based on her PhD work, helps public water utilities analyze their data to conserve water and increase revenue. It’s not your typical photo sharing or chat app.
The company’s main product is a revenue loss detection tool that analyzes a utility’s data to help identify leaks, broken meters, and other lost revenue. Clients have added an average of 2.3% of revenue by using the service. The subscription service uses software without requiring any hardware to install.
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