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UL’s PURE Platform Emerges As A Broad And Deep Platform For EHS Management

Date: 26 June 2017

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In January 2017, UL EHS Sustainability, a division of UL, launched the PURE EHS software platform. This is a cloud-hosted solution that aims to provide enterprise-wide functionality for all EHS and sustainability issues across both direct firm-controlled operations and supply chain stakeholders, globally. UL’s PURE platform brings together six configurable modules (health, safety, learning, environment, sustainability, and supply chain) and was created in response to increasing market demand for more integrated offerings that can cater to a greater range of stakeholders from a single centralized platform. The UL PURE platform has been built out from a series of acquisitions and for the first time these capabilities have been integrated into a unified proposition with further product upgrades in the pipeline. Verdantix analysis finds that the UL PURE platform is particularly well suited to four customer usage scenarios.


UL’s PURE Platform Emerges As A Broad And Deep Platform For EHS Management
UL EHS Sustainability Combines EHS, Product, Supply Chain And Sustainability Reporting Management
Nestlé Demonstrates How Global Firms Can Leverage Integrated EHS And Sustainability Platforms
UL EHS Sustainability Already Has Plans To Broaden And Deepen The PURE Platform
The UL PURE Platform Is Relevant To Four Customer Usage Scenarios


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