Learn how Dutch water utility PWN, streams 106 billion liters of high-quality water to a million and a half customers in Noord-Holland. The utility monitors and maintains the health of the dunes that act as a natural filtration mechanism for 25 percent of the water. However, that complicates service delivery and running both the business side of the utility and the systems to monitor water quality requires enormous data stores. PWN found one answer for both issues by moving its SAP estate from an expiring cloud hosting provider to Microsoft Azure to meet PWN’s complex business needs. With all the data on one platform, PWN can better manage its assets, communicate with customers, predict climate change effects, and help protect against them. 

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