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New EHS Software Benchmark: How To Select The Best Fit Vendor (Webinar)

Date: 24 August 2017

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Is your organization planning to invest in a health, safety and environmental management software solution, looking to replace an existing platform or interested in purchasing additional functionality? Is your current combination of homegrown IT solutions, databases and spreadsheets not providing the level of visibility into EHS performance that you’d like? Are the nuances and pace of EHS regulatory change proving difficult to keep up with? Has the executive team demanded that EHS risks be lowered to satisfy enterprise risk targets, or tasked your department with minimizing EHS-related costs to the organization at large? If any of these apply to you, this webinar will help save time, money, and stress in your EHS software selection process. 

This Verdantix webinar is designed for corporate EHS leaders, IT managers, and senior executives involved in the identification, selection, financial backing, and implementation of EHS software. Based on the Verdantix EHS Software Green Quadrant (scheduled for publication later this July), this webinar will examine 20 major EHS software vendors according to the capabilities of their software applications and the strength of their market momentum. 

Attendees will also hear about trends in EHS management as a whole, and best practices for deriving maximum value from any commercial EHS software. As the only benchmark of this type available on the market today, this is a must attend for anyone charged with taking EHS to the next level.

Presented by:
Trevor Bronson, Industry Analyst, Verdantix

Thursday, August 24, 2017
4:00 pm British Summer Time
11:00 am Eastern Standard Time
8:00 am Pacific Standard Time