Reorganization of Master Meter sales management to meet strong demand

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Master Meter
announced the addition of Jamie Allan to the Master Meter Management Team. Effective November 1, 2013, Allan will serve as Vice President of Sales - Western Region. Prior to this appointment, Allan served as President of Elster/AMCO. He brings over 30 years of water utility market experience and competitor insight to Master Meter.

Other organizational changes include the promotions of Ronnie Veach to Executive Vice President, and Neal Farmer to Vice President of Sales - Eastern Region. As Executive Vice President, Veach will oversee Master Meter Canada and Master Meter Systems as well as the regional vice presidents of sales.

"Strong demand for Master Meter's water management and data collection technologies has necessitated reorganizing sales management to best leverage these ongoing opportunities," Veach said.

Jerry Potter, President and CEO, adds, "These changes help position Master Meter, in 2014 and the future, to take advantage of our expanding solutions portfolio, including our new AMI/fixed network architecture and expanded Meter Data Management (MDM) software that features advanced analytics."

About Master Meter

Master Meter has been a technology partner to water utilities for more than four decades. Master Meter is a pioneer in the design, development and manufacture of precise water meters used in millions of homes and businesses throughout North America.

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Master
Meter
has
been
a
technology
partner
to
water
utilities
for
more
than
four
decades.
Master
Meter
is
a
pioneer
in
the
design,
development,
and
manufacture
of
precise
water
meters
used
in
millions
of
homes
and
businesses
throughout
North
America.

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