Deepening Our Partnership With Watts

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Last July, Syncta was excited to announce our partnership with Watts. Pairing our knowledge of backflow testing software with Watts’ robust hardware offerings in the backflow and plumbing industries made great sense. Since last summer, Syncta and Watts have worked closely together to gain a better understanding of how we can use respective expertise to benefit our customers.

Working Together

Believe it or not, in today’s highly connected world, many companies that serve the public still have a singular focus: software ...

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National Syncta Day

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Did you know there’s a national day of celebration for just about everything? After overdosing on cute kitty videos on National Cat Day October 29th, our nation ushered in many other “special” days in November, including National Sandwich Day, National Chicken Lady Day (it’s real – look it up), and National Carbonated Beverage with Caffeine Day (my favorite).

Not wanting to be left out of the fun, we declared November 29th National Syncta Day, a day where reps across the ...

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Standing Out in a Male-Dominated Industry

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When I first started in the plumbing industry in 2009, I was nervous about moving into a male-dominated industry. I was still young in my professional career, and while I showed respectable growth in my former roles at a start-up company, moving from Administrative Assistant, to Sales Assistant to Sales Executive in less than two years, I was skeptical about what my career path would be in a larger, more established company – especially one run almost exclusively by men. ...

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Fix a Leak Week!

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Did you know that across the US, leaks cause a waste of more than 1 trillion gallons of water annually? Yep! That’s a lot of water! This week is Fix a Leak week, so let’s take a look at simple ways to identify leaks, and how to remedy them.

Fix a leak week culprits – Do you have a leak anywhere?

The easiest way to check to see if you may have a leak is pretty straight-forward. Tell ...

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