From the invention of the first submersible dewatering pump 70 years ago, Xylem’s technologies have led the industry with innovative solutions to customer challenges. Since Xylem’s technologies today cover the entire water cycle, Impeller is changing its name to Making Waves. We hope that our content will continue to help you do your job better.
In every sector and region, businesses and communities are facing growing water challenges. With increasing populations, constrained resources, the impacts of climate change and aging infrastructure, it is now more important than ever that we find smarter, more sustainable solutions.
As a global water technology company, Xylem has led the way in developing innovative technology solutions to the world’s water challenges. The company’s products and services can move, treat, analyze and monitor water, and return it safely to the environment. Xylem works closely with customers in public utilities, industries, and residential and commercial building services.
“Today, Xylem’s technologies and services are disruptive forces across a wide range of industries,” said Joseph Vesey, Xylem Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer. “We want our digital customer newsletter to reflect that innovative spirit, and to continue to provide valuable insights for customers around the world. We hope our new Making Waves will inspire our readers with stories about industry best practices, customer solutions and our latest new technologies.”
With nearly 16,000 employees, Xylem operates in more than 150 countries and generated 2016 revenue of $3.8 billion. The company sells its products and services through a number of market-leading brands, and with its acquisition of Sensus in 2016, Xylem added smart metering, network technologies and advanced data analytics for water and energy utilities to its portfolio.