Trinnex officially marks one year of working towards solving the most challenging water problems with digital solutions. The infrastructure industry, particularly water utilities, continues to make a digital climb towards resiliency, investing in new tools and digitizing processes for a more sustainable future. But there is still much more to be done.
Guiding our clients up the mountain of digital-first resiliency
Mountain guides are renowned in the mountaineering community for their hardiness, expertise, and experience at very high altitudes. Despite advancements in climbing technology, the demand for mountain guides has not dwindled as they help to reduce risk, carry the load, and provide comfort and confidence along the way.
Trinnex President, Amy Corriveau, believes this metaphor best represents Trinnex’s purpose going into the new year:
“In 2023, Trinnex will continue to guide our clients through their own unique digital climbs. It’s not all about the tech… it’s about leveraging our domain expertise, using tools such as machine learning to provide powerful insights, and enabling our clients with confidence in their decisions to meet and surpass their goals.”
- Amy Corriveau, President of Trinnex
Leveraging our early wins
In our first year, Trinnex achieved many milestones including:
1. Full product recommendation: leadCAST, the plug-and-play LCRR compliance platform, was listed as one of the few products that can help clients through all aspects of lead service line replacements, per the Environmental Policy Innovation Center.
2. Our first state-wide deal: epiCAST, a wastewater surveillance tool, is being used by the State of Louisiana’s Department of Health to monitor and respond to future outbreaks of SARS-CoV-2.
3. New digital services partnerships established: LA Sanitation, CDM Smith, and the Trinnex Digital Services teams collaborated to design a public outreach website for meeting the reporting requirements associated with Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) permit compliance. The team went well above the statutory requirements and expanded the site to include public outreach components and watershed monitoring data. Only by collaborating and educating the public on the impacts they have on the health of Los Angeles watersheds can they be part of the solution.
4. A strong product roadmap: We’re heading into 2023 with a dedicated team of 55 passionate software engineers, data analysts, product specialists, system consultants, and digital sales and marketing gurus, with plans to grow our headcount by an additional 40%! Our growing team will deliver upon our product roadmap, including more advancements in the lead and copper compliance space, as well as functionality to support digital twins for our water and wastewater clients. We are especially excited to continue expanding upon our sewer overflow solution, pipeCAST, to better help clients maintain compliance with evolving public notification regulations.
These early wins have helped us strengthen and streamline our approach to the digital climb, forging a proven and high-value pathway for our clients.
An official call for the #DigitalClimber
To kick off our anniversary, Trinnex is officially putting out a call out to join us for another year of helping to modernize and strengthen one of the country’s most critical infrastructure systems: water. Trinnex will call on a few to share what it takes to be a digital climber - seeking digital resilience no matter the summit:
- Our clients: the adventurers who dared take the first step in their digital summit
- Our employees: the guides who work tirelessly to understand our client’s unique situations and the best tools to help (by the way, we're hiring)
- Our partners: the master trekkers who have paved the paths for our clients in other ways