Neptune named winner in Amazon cloud innovation challenge

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TALLASSEE, AL, July 9, 2014 -- In Amazon Web Services' (AWS) first "Amazon City on a Cloud Innovation Challenge," Neptune Technology Group Inc. (Neptune) has been named as a grand prize winner for its N_SIGHT™ IQ intelligent analytics software for utilities, which runs on the Amazon Web Services' cloud computing network.

The Cloud Innovation Challenge recognizes applications that contribute to helping solve local government challenges. Accordingly, N_SIGHT IQ provides water utilities with the ability to store and analyze up to 10 years of homeowners' consumption data, along with advanced analytics based on historical trends and flagged consumption events.

In addition, the cloud-based application offers the homeowners themselves access to see, track and manage information on their water usage, including alerts for consumption anomalies. By making usage information available to the consumer, questions regarding high water bills are easier to resolve, and homeowners can be more proactive in their own use of water.

See also: "Trending Technology: The Growing Benefits of Web- and Cloud-Based Customer Service"


About Neptune

For over a century, Neptune Technology Group has provided water utilities with innovative, field-proven meter reading and metering technologies to better serve their communities. As a provider in the development of automatic meter reading (AMR) and advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) for more than 50 years, Neptune continually focuses on the evolving needs of utilities and offers a fully integrated migration path for its utility customers to meet these needs now and in the future. For more information, visit www.neptunetg.com.

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