Vancouver – Vancouver-based infinitii ai inc. (“infinitii ai”) announced it has signed a national distribution agreement for infinitii flowworks predictive analytics software for Smart City water and wastewater infrastructure utilities with Core & Main Inc.

“Core & Main’s Core+ solutions are leading edge, high value digital platforms for Smart Cities, and we’re honored to be an integral part of them,” said Jean Charles Phaneuf, CEO of infinitii ai. “Core & Main is a national player in the water and wastewater industry in the U.S. operating over 300 branches nationwide, making them an extraordinary strategic partner for us.”

Based in St. Louis, Mo., Core & Main is a leading specialized distributor of water, wastewater, storm drainage, treatment plant, geosynthetics and fire protection products, and related services, to municipalities, private water companies and professional contractors across municipal, non-residential and residential end markets nationwide.

“Our national metering team has been actively engaged with infinitii ai over the past 14 months and we’re pleased to have chosen infinitii ai’s flowworks software for our Core+ wastewater solutions,” said Brad Cowles, president of Core & Main.

“As we assembled our Core+ tools, we determined that infinitii ai’s flowworks offers the solution we need for this project,” added Wes Whitley, senior director of National Sales. “Data neutrality provided by infinitii flowworks gives a required level of comfort to our other technology and manufacturing partners that allows us to truly innovate with their technologies versus being locked in or locked out from utilizing strategically important data.”

For Smart City water and wastewater infrastructure customers that rely on time-series data, infinitii flowworks predictive analytics software supports reliable engineering decisions that sustain distribution reliability and commerce. infinitii flowworks breaks down barriers between data from disparate vendors, accepts all types of data from any source, and utilizes advanced machine learning algorithms to perform predictive and preventative maintenance analysis, check flow monitoring status and set alarms through a single interface.

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