July 29, 2016 – PETALUMA, CA – HydroPoint Data Systems, an established leader in smart water management solutions and maker of WeatherTRAK smart irrigation technology, today announced the appointment of Jim Yarnall to the position of Regional Sales Manager for the greater Los Angeles area.
Jim will be responsible for key customer and distributor accounts within his region. Prior to joining HydroPoint, he was Business Developer at Brightview Landscape, an entity formed by the merger of ValleyCrest Landscape and Brickman Landscape. His role was to grow the client base in Ventura and Santa Barbara counties, specifically within HOA, retail, resort and commercial property maintenance. Jim previously spent nearly five years as a Business Developer with ValleyCrest, the nation’s largest Landscape Service Provider, where he was responsible for acquiring new business for services ranging from irrigation design, landscape design, tree service and landscape maintenance. Before his career in landscape services, he spent over a decade in the printing industry. Jim holds a B.A. from University of California, Riverside.
“Jim’s experience in the commercial landscape world means he understands the challenges our customers face every day,” said Chris Manchuck, HydroPoint Senior Vice President of Sales. “We are excited to have Jim as part of our team, putting his knowledge to work on behalf of our customers.”
HydroPoint is the proven leader in smart water management solutions targeting the area of greatest waste in urban water use, landscape irrigation. As a 2014 EPA WaterSense® Manufacturer Partner of the Year, the Company offers WeatherTRAK®, the most complete and effective smart irrigation management system proven in over 25 independent studies and chosen by leading landscape professionals. From Walmart to Los Angeles County, WeatherTRAK has been helping commercial, government, education, and home communities maximize water savings, reduce operating costs, and minimize risk since 2002. In a single year, HydroPoint’s WeatherTRAK customers cut 15 billion gallons of water, $137 million in expenses, hundreds of thousands of man hours, and 62 million kilowatt hours of energy illustrating that smart water management makes for smart organizations. For more information, visit www.hydropoint.com.