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Aquatic Informatics Recognized as a Top 15 CleanTech Achiever

Rocket Builders has Named Aquatic Informatics on its 2014 Rocket CleanTech List for the Sixth Time.

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA -- (Marketwired) -- 03/12/14 -- Aquatic Informatics Inc., a global leader in providing innovative software solutions for hydrologic data management and analysis, announced today that it was selected among 15 top clean technology companies best positioned for exceptional revenue growth in 2014 by Rocket Builders, a market strategy and consulting firm focused on helping businesses capitalize on market opportunities.

"After much research into the trends driving growth in the Clean Technology sector, it became clear that Aquatic Informatics is well positioned to capitalize on these trends," said Geoffrey Hansen, Managing Partner, Rocket Builders. "2013 has been a year of incredible growth for Aquatic Informatics. Our company successfully hired 40 new staff, moved to a bigger head office, opened a new subsidiary in Australia, and increased our international business from 24% to 50% of total revenues. To maintain momentum, we are looking at hiring 20 additional developers and technology professionals in 2014," shared Ed Quilty, President and CEO of Aquatic Informatics. "New product announcements coming this year will further solidify Aquatic Informatics' leadership position as the trusted name for water data management solutions."

AQUARIUS is the water data management software of choice by the world's leading environmental monitoring agencies, including the US Geological Survey, Water Survey Canada, and the National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research. By enabling environmental monitoring agencies worldwide to produce timely and accurate hydrological information, AQUARIUS is helping drive the equitable use, sustainable management, and protection of the world's precious water resources.

Aquatic Informatics has over 400 customers around the globe, including the US Army Corps of Engineers, the US National Parks Service, the US Bureau of Reclamation, the California Department of Water Resources, the BC Ministry of Environment, BC Hydro, the Afghanistan Ministry of Energy and Water, Jamaica Water Resources, the Malaysian Department of Irrigation and Drainage, the Singapore Pipeline Services, and Southern Water Australia.

About Ready to Rocket

Ready to Rocket is a unique business recognition list that profiles technology companies with the greatest potential for growth. Each year, based on analysis of trends that will drive growth in the Clean Technology sector, Rocket Builders identifies the top private companies that are best positioned to capitalize on the trends for growth. This selection methodology has been an accurate predictor of growth with "Ready to Rocket" companies exceeding industry averages for revenue, employee, and investment growth. "Ready to Rocket" is a trademark of Rocket Builders, a respected management consulting firm servicing the technology industry.

http://www.readytorocket.com.

About Aquatic Informatics Inc.

Aquatic Informatics™ provides software solutions that address critical water data management and analysis challenges for the rapidly growing environmental monitoring industry. Aquatic Informatics is the trusted provider of hydrologic management solutions to hundreds of federal, state/provincial and local government departments, hydropower operators, mining companies, academic groups, and consulting organizations around the world, who collect, manage, and process large volumes of water quality or quantity data.

For more information about Aquatic Informatics, go to www.aquaticinformatics.com.

Contacts:
Aquatic Informatics Inc.
David Ferguson
Marketing
+1.604.873.2782 or Toll Free: +1.877.870.2782
[email protected]

Aquatic Informatics Inc.
2400 - 1111 West Georgia St.
Vancouver, B.C. V6C 3P1
www.aquaticinformatics.com

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