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Longmont, CO, United States, 2013/02/06 - OneRain Incorporated, headquartered in Longmont, Colorado, recently announced that Fritz Law has joined the company as Director of U.S. Sales - OneRain.com.
Fritz will lead the effort to broaden the use of the company’s early flood warning and end-to-end hydrologic monitoring systems into areas such as dam safety and operations, stormwater and wastewater management.
Fritz brings a wealth of experience with more than 20 years of solid background in the areas of water management and conservation. Prior to joining OneRain, he was District Sales Manager for John Deere Green Tech in their water conservation products division.
“We’re extremely pleased that Fritz has joined the OneRain team,” says James Logan, CEO of OneRain. “His extensive sales background in water management and product specialist experience means he has greater appreciation of our client’s needs. Fritz’s appointment comes at an important time when our clients are facing greater challenges posed by climate change giving rise to increased frequency of extreme weather events and heavy rainstorms. We’re seeing a greater need for OneRain’s products where real-time accurate data can detect and alert threatening flood events in advance.”
Fritz’s focus will be to expand the use of OneRain’s range of hydrological data management products and services throughout the U.S., including the company’s Contrail® web-based enterprise software solution and its real-time and historical OneRainware™ Gauge Adjusted Radar Rainfall products.
About OneRain Incorporated
Since 1992, OneRain (onerain.com) has been the leading solutions provider of real-time and historical rainfall-related data, integrated communications products and professional services that deliver mission critical and high reliability real-time information for local, state, and federal government agencies across the United States. OneRain’s complete systems approach to hydrological management includes nationwide 24/7-supported enterprise level software that collects, processes and delivers real-time sensor data from local hydro-meteorological networks and other external sources for web-based dissemination, visualization, monitoring and alerting. For more information, call 1-800-758-RAIN (7246).