Gradiant, Technology Leader in Solving Critical Water Problems, Receives Coveted Global Water Awards
Gradiant, a global solutions provider and developer of cleantech water projects, today announced it has been recognized with distinction as "Water Technology Company of the Year'' and its recently acquired AI business, Synauta, was named "Breakthrough Technology Company of the Year" at the Global Water Intelligence (GWI) Global Water Awards in Madrid, Spain.
Each year, these prestigious awards recognize the most important achievements in the global water industry. The winners are selected by the global water industry's business leaders, investors, and technologists from the private and public sectors. Gradiant was recognized for its significant contributions to the field of water and digital technology, specifically for its:
"It's an honor to be recognized by our industry peers for our business growth, innovation, and technology adoption," said Anurag Bajpayee, CEO of Gradiant. "Our expertise in digitizing and optimizing water has created new long-term value for our customers and competitive differentiation. We are grateful to our customers to trust Gradiant for solving their unique water challenges."
Synauta, which was recently acquired by Gradiant, was awarded for its commercial breakthroughs in global water technology. Synauta optimizes the performance of desalination plants through machine learning algorithms. Synauta's "setpoints-as-a-service" offering revolutionized the practices of desalination and reuse plant operators. Expansion into new geographies and securing new industry partnerships validated the role that data and machine learning will serve to reduce the energy, chemicals, and carbon footprint in the future of water.