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Microsoft names InfoTiles Sustainability Partner of 2022

Oct 3, 2022 4:42:23 PM • Written by: InfoTiles

InfoTiles has been awarded Sustainability Partner of the Year at the prestigious Microsoft Norway Partner Awards on September 29th, 2022 in Oslo.

InfoTiles demonstrated excellence in delivering value towards the sustainability agenda, particularly in sustainable water management. Built on Microsoft Azure, InfoTiles provides software which simplifies and automates the tedious steps of consolidating data and applies real-time analytics and machine learning to unlock water insights to allow users to take actions based on facts.

"InfoTiles are honoured and humbled with this award,” said Marco Westergren, chief analytics officer at InfoTiles.  

“This recognition from such significant global actors, and ability to compete with larger and established contenders, gives a great boost in motivation and confirmation that InfoTiles are on the right path.” 


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For InfoTiles, sustainability is not just an ambition, it is a commitment. With a mission to digitalise water with innovative, accessible, and cost-efficient solutions, InfoTiles is helping utilities achieve resilient and sustainable water and wastewater management with the goal to secure this for everyone today, tomorrow, and in the future. 

Magne Eide, chief commercial officer at InfoTiles said, "It is great to see that digital water management, and the work InfoTiles are doing to ensure sustainable and environmentally friendly management of both drinking water and wastewater, is being recognised by Microsoft. Water is the world’s most important resource, and one that we cannot take for granted. In partnership with Microsoft, InfoTiles will continue pushing forward to safeguard the future of water.” 

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InfoTiles provides AI-driven solutions that unlocks water insights, helping cities and utilities be more sustainable.