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Mid-Market Opportunity Assessment For EHS Technologies

Date: 03 May 2017

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Mid-market firms with revenues between $250 million and $1 billion have many of the same EHS business challenges as firms in the core enterprise ($1 billion to $10 billion in revenue) and large enterprise (more than $10 billion in revenue) segments. EHS vendors across the spectrum from mobile apps to personal protective equipment and safety training target this fertile market for growth. In the last five years, many – but not all – enterprise EHS software vendors have launched mid-market strategies. This report provides unique Verdantix survey data to help EHS product and service suppliers better understand mid-market opportunities. The analysis in this report is based on the Verdantix Global EHS Leaders Survey with 81 EHS budget-holders at mid-market firms across 15 different geographies and 17 unique industry verticals.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Mid-Market Opportunity Assessment For EHS Technologies
Regulatory Compliance, Risk And Safety Management Top Concerns Amongst Mid-Market Firms
Mid-Market Improvement Priorities Emphasize Worker Safety And Waste Management
Software Investment Plans For 2017 Vary By EHS Process
Cost, User Interface And EHS Workflow Coverage Top The List Of Buying Criteria
Mid-Market Firms Plan To Use A Wide Range Of Innovative EHS Technologies In 2017

TABLE OF FIGURES

Figure 1. CEOs’ Perception Of EHS Management Amongst Mid-Market Firms
Figure 2. Commercial EHS Software Adoption Amongst Mid-Market Firms
Figure 3. Mid-Market Firms’ Improvement Priorities Across Health and Safety Issues
Figure 4. Mid-Market Firms’ Improvement Priorities Across Environmental Issues
Figure 5. Mid-Market Firms’ Investment Plans For Commercial Software
Figure 6. Mid-Market Firms’ Buyer Criteria For Investing In EHS Software
Figure 7. Mid-Market Firms’ Adoption Of Innovative EHS Technologies

ORGANIZATIONS MENTIONED

3DR, Aclara, ActiveBlu, ArchAerial, British Land, CF Industries, DAQRI, DNV GL, donesafe, eCompliance, EHS Insight, EtQ, EWZ Energy, Flyability, Gensuite, Intelex, Kinetic, Learning Care Group, Lighthouse, Mary’s Gone Crackers, Medgate, MyZone, NordSafety, Optech4D, ProcessMAP, QinetiQ, Realwear, Rivo, Safety Changer, Safety Compass, SafetyCulture, Sage Products, skytrust, SmartCap, SmartSite, Sphera, UL EHS Sustainability, US Silica, VelocityEHS, Vivid Learning Systems, VR Safety, WorkforceAlpha