eCompliance Cracks The Code For Mid-Market Safety Software
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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 contentseCompliance 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