WaterSignal is pleased to announce the promotion of Jennifer Cannon to Vice President of Operations. Her primary responsibilities include supervising the deployment of WaterSignal systems by field technicians, data analysis, and device troubleshooting.
“Over the past 8 years, Jennifer has worked hard and dedicated herself to the growth and success of WaterSignal. We are happy to see her fill this important role, and we look forward to a bright future with Jennifer heading up operations,” said John Lie-Nielsen, CEO, WaterSignal.
Jennifer joined the company in 2011 as an Administrative Assistant and quickly advanced to the position of Operations Manager after taking on increasingly complex roles. In addition to over 10 years of operations management experience and expertise in water technology, Jennifer holds a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Georgia. When not saving water for facilities nationwide, she enjoys hiking, cooking, and spending time with family.
WaterSignal is also pleased to announce the promotion of Justin Roy to Quality Control Manager. Justin will oversee production, inventory management and testing of WaterSignal devices and systems.
Justin joined the company in 2011 after serving as a RADAR technician in the U.S. Navy for 6 years. As operator of the WaterSignal testing facility, Justin ensures device quality and communication efficiency while assisting with research and development for special projects. He has a background in communication technologies and equipment maintenance.
WaterSignal is a recognized innovator in water conservation due to its real time water monitoring and leak detection system. Leveraging over two decades of engineering expertise, WaterSignal monitors domestic meters, irrigation systems, and cooling towers for residential, commercial, multifamily, senior living, medical, schools and colleges. WaterSignal’s intelligent, non-invasive device accurately measures water usage and reports the data in real time to a secure dashboard. While dramatically reducing water costs and footprint, WaterSignal saves valuable time and provides unique insight on our most precious resource, water. For more information, visit watersignal.com, call 844.232.6100 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.