Water modeling company MWH Soft changes name to Innovyze

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BROOMFIELD, CO, Mar. 28, 2011 -- MWH Soft, providers of water and wastewater modeling and simulation software, has changed its company name to Innovyze.

The company says the new name fuses two key characteristics, innovation and analyze, more accurately reflecting the organization's track record for creating advanced modeling and management solutions for the water and wastewater industries.

Paul F. Boulos, the company's President and COO, said, "Although our name is changing, our people, products, and passion are still focused on our core mission: innovating for sustainable infrastructure."

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