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eCompliance Cracks The Code For Mid-Market Safety Software

Date: 30 June 2017

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Founded in 2007, eCompliance is a software provider with a focus on safety management. The firm is headquartered in Toronto with a second office in Calgary and has 70 employees. eCompliance brings a distinct perspective to the EHS software market due to its strict adherence to a multi-tenant cloud-based deployment model, a mobile-first strategy and a commercial strategy focused on the mid-market which can also scale up to divisions and large operational sites. After acquiring Field ID from Master Lock in April 2017 eCompliance expanded its product to include equipment-level safety monitoring and gained customers like Alcoa, Goodrich and PotashCorp. A key element of the successful growth of the eCompliance business has been a relentless focus on empowering frontline workers to keep themselves safe with mobile apps. EHS leaders can better understand how to drive up participation from non-EHS employees in their safety initiatives by studying the successful eCompliance model.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

eCompliance Cracks The Code For Mid-Market Safety Software
Combining Multi-Tenant Architecture And Mobile First Is Critical To Succeed In The Mid-Market
Engaging Edge Users In EHS Initiatives Is The Golden Goose For Software Vendors

ORGANIZATIONS MENTIONED

Alcoa, Carillion, Dumas, eCompliance, Enform, Field ID, Franklin Offshore, Goodrich, Hopewell, Lisbon Valley Mining, MasterLock, Montana Rail Link, MySafety, Oakville Hydro, Oldcastle, Pembina, Pfizer, PotashCorp, SafetyCulture, Teine Energy.