The newest member of the HydroPoint leadership team brings decades of valuable experience and acumen to the forefront of the irrigation industry
July 29, 2015 – Petaluma, CA – HydroPoint, makers of WeatherTRAK® and EPA WaterSense® Manufacturer Partner of the Year, is proud to announce the promotion of Charles N. Zaher to Regional Vice President of Channel Sales. Charles’s proven success is founded on consistently providing timely and appropriate solutions that achieve both environmental and financial objectives, and is an instrumental force in HydroPoint’s channel strategy and success. He joined the HydroPoint team in 2007 with an astonishing 35 years of irrigation experience in sales, marketing, and business development. Charles holds a Master of Science degree in irrigation and soil management from the American University of Beirut, Lebanon and currently resides in Orange, CA with his wife Kohar and three sons. He frequently speaks on the topics of irrigation design, system components, and water management strategies to both technical and business audiences.
In his new role as Regional Vice President of Channel Sales, he will continue to serve as the primary sales executive for several distribution partners, including John Deere Landscape, Sprinkler Supply, CPS, Ewing, and Hydro-Scape. Additionally, Charles will be spearheading the strategic growth and strategies of partnership programs to achieve the best practices across all preferred networks.[/vc_column_text][vc_separator][vc_column_text]HydroPoint is an established leader in smart water management solutions targeting the area of greatest waste in urban water use, landscape irrigation. As an EPA WaterSense Partner, HydroPoint offers WeatherTRAK, the preeminent smart irrigation system for commercial and municipal landscapes for over a decade with over 24,000 smart controllers installed at leading organizations across the U.S. Proven in over 25 independent studies, including achieving perfect scores during its EPA WaterSense certification, WeatherTRAK delivers maximum water savings, operational efficiency, and risk reduction vs. alternative solutions – saving four times more water than any other technology. In 2013 alone, thousands of HydroPoint subscribers saved 20 billion gallons of water, 77 million kilowatt hours, and 103 million pounds of CO2 illustrating that smart water management makes for smart organizations.
Meg Mason, Marketing Director