Evoqua named Water Company of the Year twice over
Evoqua Water Technologies has been selected as Water Technology Solutions Company of the Year by Frost & Sullivan, the global research and best practices firm. The Frost & Sullivan Company of the Year Award recognises leadership among both industry and non-industry peers, and requires a company to demonstrate excellence in growth, innovation and leadership.
In selecting Evoqua for the Company of the Year award, Frost & Sullivan analysts independently conducted primary and secondary research across the entire water industry value chain. Specific criteria of the Frost & Sullivan research covered how Evoqua is utilising forward-thinking strategies, innovation, performance and best practices to deliver high-quality customer experiences and improve brand equity.
Frost & Sullivan highlighted Evoqua’s range of technologies and how the company leverages a vast amount of “experience and industrial know-how to deliver top-notch, customisable customer service”. Additionally, Frost & Sullivan cited how Evoqua finds avenues for using IoT technology to deliver quicker, more efficient products and services for its vast customer base.
The news came just two weeks after Evoqua was named Water Company of the Year by Global Water Intelligence (GWI) as part of the Global Water Awards, held in conjunction with GWI’s Global Water Summit.
The Global Water Awards, voted on by the readers of GWI magazine, honour excellence across the international water industry, recognising leaders who are moving the industry forward. According to GWI, Evoqua was cited for its transformation from the former Siemens Water business to “undisputed leader in the field of water treatment, the shrewd roll-up of water technology companies, followed by a highly successful initial public offering in 2017, under the leadership of CEO Ron Keating”.
“By simplifying the company’s internal structure and re-energising its workforce to engage more closely than ever with industrial and municipal end customers, Evoqua has built a fearsome reputation in the water industry as the king of systems supply, product sales and service,” GWI said. “It enjoys top-tier market positions in a range of industry segments, from electrochlorination right through to biological nutrient removal.
“Evoqua embarked on an ambitious $400 million acquisitions program which culminated in 2017, improving its earnings profile and strengthening its flowsheet by allowing it to enter new adjacencies. With a revitalised culture and a balance sheet to match, the company is delivering on its promises to its customers globally.”
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