Idrica to participate in the Andesco Congress once again this year

From September 7 to 9, Colombia’s largest congress specializing in the electricity, natural gas, networks and sanitation, waste management, ICT and TV sectors is to take center stage once again.

The event is set to bring together national and international experts from companies, embassies, suppliers, chambers of commerce and social and environmental organizations, among others. The central theme of this year’s congress is the future of public services, ICT and TV, and the work that the industry is doing to continue building the country.

Following the success of last year’s event, which was held in hybrid form due to the global health situation, this year’s congress is promoting the face-to-face side of the meeting and has scheduled conferences, academic content, networking activities and an unprecedented trade show.

Idrica will be actively participating in the event as one of its sponsors, sharing its experience and know-how in the digital transformation of the water cycle. Thus, on September 8, Juan Carlos Orge, Idrica’s VP for Latam, will be giving a livestreamed presentation entitled “Why digital sustainability is the future of water. How to plan data integration to make digital transformation a success”.

Idrica will also have a virtual booth in the online part of the congress, which is an ideal opportunity to meet any interested parties who would like to learn about our products and exchange ideas on industry trends.

Visit us at booth S7 and talk to our experts

The Andesco Congress is a unique opportunity to learn about trends and opportunities in the water sector in Latin America. Visit us at booth S7 and speak to our experts about Idrica’s unique value proposition, which is based on the efficiency and quality of its services and its GoAigua platform. Find out how we can help you tackle the challenges currently facing your organization.

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