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Xylem Smart Water Strategy Breakdown: The Creation of a Market Leading Portfolio

09 July 2018
Company Insight

Xylem eyes nascent developments around smart infrastructure and data analytics as key catalysts for future growth opportunities in water. Since 2015, Xylem has made a series of strategic acquisitions in smart water, recasting itself as a diversified water infrastructure technology and services company.

This Company Insight, which draws from Bluefield’s Digital Water Insight Service, analyzes Xylem Inc.’s emergence as a leader in the smart water sector, while framing the market opportunities influencing the company’s migration towards smart infrastructure solutions.

In this 32-slide Company Insight, Bluefield water experts analyze:

  • The Emergence of Xylem’s Smart Water Strategy
  • Analysis of Key Solution Segments
  • Select Portfolio Company Profiles (EmNet, Pure Technologies, Sensus, Visenti, Valor Water Analytics,)

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