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Green Quadrant® EH&S Software 2016 (Global)

Date: 11 January 2016

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Executive Summary

This report provides a detailed fact-based comparison of the 22 most prominent EH&S software suppliers globally. Based on proprietary Verdantix Green Quadrant methodology, the analysis combines benchmark data from two-hour live product demonstrations, responses to a 185-point questionnaire and interviews with an independent panel of 15 customers across eight industries who have bought, or are planning to buy, EH&S software. The study finds that managing operational and regulatory risk continues to underpin investment in EH&S software, with experienced users increasingly looking to implement a single integrated platform to manage all EH&S impact areas. The analysis of application functionality and vendor momentum finds that nine EH&S software suppliers currently lead the market.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

The State Of The Market For EH&S Software
The Rise Of Risk-Centric EH&S Platforms Reflects Market Maturity And Financial Investment

Improving EH&S Information Management Is A Global Priority
Enhancing EH&S Information Management Is A Key Priority
Better Risk Management Tops The List Of Business Case Drivers For EH&S Software
A More Strategic Business Case For EH&S Software Results In Increased Spending

Customers Exhibit Consistent Buying Preferences For Product Functionality And Type Of Supplier
User Interface Design And Product Breadth Top The List Of Buyer Requirements
Customers Challenge Suppliers To Add Pre-Built Functionality And Product Depth
Specialist Midsize And Small EH&S Software Vendors Top The Vendor Category Rankings

Green Quadrant® EH&S Software
Green Quadrant® Methodology
Evaluated Firms: Selection Criteria
Evaluation Criteria For EH&S Software
Scope And Methodology Updates For The 2016 EH&S Software Assessment
Airsweb Enhances User Engagement With An Intuitive User Interface And BI Tools
CMO Helps Large Enterprises Transition From EH&S Compliance To Operational Risk Management
cr360 Streamlines EH&S And Sustainability Management For Consumer Brands And Manufacturing
DNV GL Delivers A Robust EH&S Risk Management Solution For Heavy Asset Sectors
EMEX Delivers A Rock-Solid Risk And Incident Management Solution With Impressive International Expertise
Enablon Offers A True Enterprise-Class EH&S Application And Has Built Powerful Momentum
Enviance Provides A Platform For Solving Complex Environmental Management Challenges
EtQ Brings Audit, Compliance And Quality Expertise To The EH&S Software Market
Gensuite Provides A Comprehensive EH&S Platform For A Diverse Set Of Industries
IHS Delivers EH&S Solutions To Global Firms Looking To Execute Operational Excellence Strategies
Intelex Offers The EH&S Software Platform With The Greatest Breadth Of Functionality
IsoMetrix Is A Highly Configurable Solution Enabling Customers To Develop EH&S Apps
Locus Technologies Offers The Most Advanced Functionality For Hazardous Waste And Wastewater Management
Medgate,Offers Best-In-Class Capabilities For Occupational Health And Industrial Hygiene
MetricStream Helps Firms Implement A Risk-Centric Approach To EH&S Management
Perillon Helps North American Firms Achieve Environmental Compliance
ProcessMAP Delivers A Comprehensive EH&S Platform With Powerful Analytics
Rivo Provides An Innovative And Flexible EH&S Platform In The Wake Of Financial Investment
SAI Global Offers A Solid Safety Management Application For Firms In Extractive Sectors
SAP Is A Smart Choice For Firms Looking To Integrate EH&S Onto Their Broader SAP Platform
thinkstep Helps Firms Integrate EH&S And Sustainability Management
VelocityEHS Simultaneously Solves Incident Management And Chemicals Compliance

TABLE OF FIGURES

Figure 1. Three Phases Of The EH&S Software Market
Figure 2. Prioritization Of EH&S Information Management Improvement
Figure 3. Current Utilization And Deployment Scale Of EH&S Software
Figure 4. Importance Ranking Of Business Drivers For EH&S Software
Figure 5. Budgetary Expectations For EH&S Software
Figure 6. Importance Of Product And Supplier Attributes For Purchase Decisions
Figure 7. Preferences For Different Types Of Software Suppliers
Figure 8. Brand Perception Of EH&S Software Providers
Figure 9. Preferences For Different Types Of Implementation Providers
Figure 10. Suppliers And Software Applications
Figure 11-1. Capabilities Criteria For EH&S Software Applications
Figure 11-2. Capabilities Criteria For EH&S Software Applications
Figure 11-3. Capabilities Criteria For EH&S Software Applications
Figure 12. Momentum Criteria For EH&S Software Applications
Figure 13-1. Capability Scores For EH&S Software Applications
Figure 13-2. Capability Scores For EH&S Software Applications
Figure 13-3. Capability Scores For EH&S Software Applications
Figure 13-4. Capability Scores For EH&S Software Applications
Figure 13-5. Capability Scores For EH&S Software Applications
Figure 13-6. Capability Scores For EH&S Software Applications
Figure 14-1. Momentum Scores For EH&S Software Applications
Figure 14-2. Momentum Scores For EH&S Software Applications
Figure 15. Green Quadrant® EH&S Software

ORGANIZATIONS MENTIONED

3E, 3M Health Care, Abu Dhabi Food Control Authority, Addax Petroleum, AECOM, Aer Lingus, Air Canada, Airsweb, Akzo Nobel, Alcoa, Allete, Almarai, Anglo American, ArcelorMittal, Arrow Energy, Ashton Coal, Atrion International, Austar, Ball Corporation, Barrick Gold, BASF, Battery Ventures, Berkshire Hathaway Energy, BG Group, BHP Billiton, Blade Ventures, Boehringer Ingelheim , Bristol Myers Squibb, British Airways, Brussels Airport, Cablevision, Caltex, Cardinal Health, CBRE, CDP,CH2M, Chevron, Chicago Bridge & Iron, Chrysler, CITIC Pacific Mining, Clorox, CMO, Colgate-Palmolive, Conoco Phillips, cr360, Credit360, CyberRegs, Daimler, De Beers, Denbury Resources, Dnata, DNV GL, Dolphin Software, DONG Energy, Dubois Chemicals, DuPont, Dyadem International, E2 ManageTech, Eli Lilly, EMEX, Enablon, Enhesa, Eni, Enviance, EnvironMax, Environmental Support Solutions, Environmental Technologies Fund, ERM, EtQ, Exelon, Exxon Mobil, Fidelity Growth Partners Europe, Finnish Rail Agency, Fortescue Metals Group, Forum Energy, Gatwick Airport, Gazprom, GDF Suez, Genentech, General Electric, General Motors, Gensuite, Glencore Xstrata, Glencore, Goldman Sachs, GrafTech, GRI, GSK, GSK Bio, Hanwha, HarborVest, Harley-Davidson, Heathrow Airport, HEICO, Honeywell, Honolulu Board of Water Supply, Iberdrola, IHS, Intelex, Irving Oil, IsoMetrix, Jaguar Land Rover, JMI Equity, John Deere, Johnson & Johnson, Johnson Controls, Keller, Kelloggs, Kennet Partners, Kiewit, Kimberly-Clark, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, KMI, Kodak, Linde Group, Locus Technologies, Logi Analytics, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Maersk, Manchester Airports Group, Marathon Oil, Medgate, Merck, MetricStream, Monsanto, MSDSonline, NASA, National Grid, National Oilwell Varco, Nestlé, Network Rail, Nissan, Northeast Utilities, Norwegian State Railway, Novartis, Nucor Steel, Oando, Odebrecht, Orica Mining, OSM Ship Management, Owens Corning, Perillon, Petronas, Pfizer, PG&E, Ports of Auckland, Potash, ProcessMAP, RegScan, Remedy Interactive, Rio Tinto, Rivo, Rosneft, Ryder, SABIC, SAI Global, San Jose Water Company, Sandvik Mining & Construction, Sanofi Aventis, SAP, Scania, Scottish Power, Scotts, Sempra Energy, Shaw Industries, Shell, Sinopec, Southern Company, Southern Power, Spar, Stanford Linear Accelerator, Statoil, Suncor Energy, Syntex Management Systems, TechniData, The Dow Chemical Company, thinkstep, Total, Toyota, Trafigura, Trinity Consultants, Tullow Oil, United Biscuits, University of Stuttgart, US Foods, USG, VelocityEHS, Virgin Media, Walgreens, WBI Pipelines, Wipro, Yancoal, YARA