Buyer’s Guide: Control of Work Software Applications

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Executive Summary

The control of work software application market is highly competitive and dynamic. Software providers are constantly developing new capabilities either via acquisitions or by investing in in-house product development. This report provides individuals who are responsible for the selection, implementation and management of commercial control of work software solutions with the information required to inform and justify their decisions. This encompasses the use cases of control of work software applications, the four core functionalities, recent innovations in the market, factors that must be considered when purchasing, and 13 in-depth profiles of control of work software suppliers. The 13 control of work software suppliers that met the profile inclusion criteria are Adapt IT, Alcumus, AVEVA, CONFORMiT, DevonWay, Enablon, Hexagon’s PPM division, Intelex, MODS Management, NiSoft, Sphera, TenForce and Yokogawa RAP.

Table of contents

Buyer’s Guide: Control Of Work Software Applications 
The Market For Control Of Work Software Applications Is Burgeoning
Control of Work Software Applications Enable Integrated Risk Management
Four Core Functionalities Characterize Control Of Work Software Applications
Control Of Work Software Innovations Focus On IIoT Integrations, Visualizations And Remote Assistance

Inclusion Criteria For The Buyer’s Guide: Control of Work Software Applications 
Adapt IT’s IntelliPERMIT Offers A Robust Control Of Work Software Application For Firms In Metals And Mining Industries
Alcumus Strengthens Control Of Work Capabilities Via Acquisition To Offer A Comprehensive Contractor Safety Management Solution
AVEVA Offers A Visually Enhanced And Integrated Control Of Work Software Solution For High-Risk Industries 
CONFORMiT’s Control Of Work Offering Integrates Seamlessly With Third-Party Software Applications 
DevonWay Offers A Robust Control Of Work Offering For High-Risk Regulated Industries
Enablon’s Control Of Work Solution Enables Cross-Functional Risk Management
Hexagon’s PPM Division Deepens Its Control Of Work Capabilities With Out-Of-The-Box Interoperability
Intelex Differentiates Their Control Of Work Offering With Real-Time Gas Monitoring And Connected Safety
MODS Management Provides A Range Of Solutions For Oil And Gas EPCs And Operators 
NiSoft Adds New Mobile And Shift Management Functionality To Its Operational Excellence Suite, Complementing Its Existing Control of Work Solution
Sphera Enhances Its Control Of Work Solution With Additional Functionality For Permit To Work And A New UI
TenForce’s Control Of Work Solution Integrates With IoT Devices For Enhanced Process Safety Management   
Yokogawa RAP Leverages Its Knowledge Base Of Industry Best Practices To Deepen Its Job Risk Assessment Capabilities

 

Table of figures

Figure 1. Corporate Investment Into Control Of Work Software In 2021 
Figure 2. Operational Excellence Business Priorities In 2021 And 2022 
Figure 3. Recent Acquisitions And Investments In The Control Of Work Software Market 
Figure 4. Summary Of Control Of Work Software Applications 
Figure 5. Summary Of Control Of Work Software Providers 
Figure 6. Adapt IT’s Control Of Work Software Application Overview 
Figure 7. Alcumus’ Control Of Work Software Application Overview 
Figure 8. AVEVA’s Control Of Work Software Application Overview 
Figure 9. CONFORMiT’s Control Of Work Software Application Overview 
Figure 10. DevonWay’s Control Of Work Software Application Overview 
Figure 11. Enablon’s Control Of Work Software Application Overview 
Figure 12. Hexagon’s PPM Division Control Of Work Software Application Overview 
Figure 13. Intelex’s Control Of Work Software Application Overview 
Figure 14. MODS Management’s Control Of Work Software Application Overview 
Figure 15. NiSoft’s Control Of Work Software Application Overview 
Figure 16. Sphera’s Control Of Work Software Application Overview 
Figure 17. TenForce’s Control Of Work Software Application Overview 
Figure 18. Yokogawa RAP’s Control Of Work Software Application Overview 

Organisations mentioned

ABB, ABM, Accenture, Accruent, Acklands Grainger, Adapt IT, AECOM, Alcolizer Technology, Alcumus, Alium Capital Management, Alliant, Altran, Apache, Arcadis, ArcGIS, Arlanxeo, AspenTech, Atkins, Atos, AVEVA, Banyard Solutions, BHP, Bluecrux, Borealis, BP, Briar Chemicals, Bridgestone, Capgemini, Cascades, Cegeka, Cepsa, CGE Risk, CGI, Chevron, COGEP, Cognibox, ConformIT, ConocoPhillips, ContractorCheck, Cority, Damstra Technology, Deepwater Subsea, Desjardins Venture Capital, DevonWay, Dilygence Apps, EcoIntense, École de technologie supérieure, eCompliance, Enablon, ENEOS Kiire Terminal, Engica, Entergy, Equinor, ERM, Eskom, European Synchroton Radiation Facility, eVision, ExxonMobil, Fabtech ID, Field ID, Fluke, Fluxys, Fortive, Framatome, Frostbyte, FTI Consulting, GEMsoft 7, Genstar Capital, Glencore, Google, Hexagon AB, Hexagon PPM, Honeywell International, Huntsman, IBM, IHS Markit, Inceptra, Industrial Scientific, Ineos, Infineum, Infor, Inpex, Intelex, Interal, Interaptix, Intergraph, Isobuilder, j5 International, JACOBB, Jacobs, JGC, Kruger, London City Airport, Lucite International, Marathon Petroleum, MDE Network, Microsoft, Mitsubishi Chemicals, Modjoul, MODS Management, Monument Chemical, Morgan Stanley Expansion Capital, Neste, Newmont, NiSoft, NordSafety, Ocean Group, Oman LNG, One Peak Partners, OneLook Systems, Oracle, OSIsoft, PAS Global, PetroChina, Petrofac UK, Petrom, Petronas, Petrotechnics, Pfizer, Platinum Facilities, Port of Antwerp, Port of Montreal, PRÉVIBOIS, ProcessMAP, Prometheus Group, Proximus, Qatar Petroleum, Quentic, Rackspace, Radix Engineering, RAP International, Real Talk Systems, Repsol, Resolute Forest Products, Rifle-Shot Performance Holdings, Rivo, Rombit, SAFER Systems, SAP, Schneider Electric, Securex, Shell, Showa Denko, Singapore LNG, Société de transport de Montréal, Solid Foundations Consulting, South32, Sphera, Steel Dynamics, STI Maintenance, Takeda, TapRoot, Tata Consulting Services, Telenet, TenForce, US Department of Energy Laboratories, Utopia, Vault Intelligence, Veolia, Vermilion Energy, Wolters Kluwer, Yara, Yokogawa, Yokogawa RAP, Zebra Technologies

About the authors

Joe Osborne

Analyst
Joe is an Analyst in the Verdantix Operational Excellence practice. His research agenda focuses on covering industrial risk management technologies and the use of Digital Twins and UAVs for asset management. Joe joined Verdantix shortly after being awarded his Masters in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Bristol.

Malavika Tohani

Research Director

Malavika leads the Verdantix Operational Excellence practice. Her current research agenda focuses on the digitization of Operational Excellence and covers operational risk technologies, best practices and growth strategies. Her recent research focussed on benchmarking the capabilities of the prominent operational risk software vendors. She has over 10 years’ experience in research and strategy consulting. Malavika previously worked at Frost & Sullivan, managing and delivering advisory projects for clients involving expansion, acquisition, benchmarking and product development strategies. Malavika holds a MSc in Economics from Madras School of Economics.

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