Aquatic Informatics Inc. has been acquired by Danaher’s Water Quality platform from XPV Water Partners. Aquatic Informatics provides software solutions that address critical water data management, analytics, and compliance challenges for the global water industry. The business is the trusted provider of water management solutions to over 1,000 organisations around the world that collect, manage, and make decisions with large volumes of water data.
“I am thrilled to welcome Ed Quilty and the Aquatic Informatics team,” said Kevin Klau, Danaher vice president and group executive, Water Quality platform. “Aquatic Informatics has developed industry-leading capabilities managing large data sets and helping customers improve decision-making to enable better outcomes. With our deep applications expertise, we can combine hardware, software, and services together to help environmental, municipal, and industrial customers save money, improve asset performance and reduce risk. Uniting Aquatic Informatics together with Hach’s Claros offering will accelerate our ability to solve the most critical problems for customers across the water cycle.”
“We are delighted to be joining the Danaher Water Quality platform,” said Ed Quilty, the CEO of Aquatic Informatics. “We have built Aquatic Informatics into one of the largest water-focused software providers in the world over the past 17 years, and we still see a tremendous amount of growth potential. We’re excited to join our new colleagues on the journey as we aspire to empower industry experts to make data driven, smart decisions with timely water insights.”
Dave Henderson, managing partner at XPV Water Partners, said, “We want to congratulate Ed Quilty and the team at Aquatic Informatics. We are proud to have partnered with them in scaling the business into a global digital water leader and we are confident they are well-positioned for continued strong growth in the future.”