Enablon's Innovation Edge Aligns With EHS Digital Transformation Plans

Published 10 January 2019 by Steve Bolton &
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Executive Summary

This report is one in a series on technology vendors and helps EHS decision-makers better understand the evolution of the EHS software market. To learn more about Enablon’s commercial and product strategy, Verdantix met with the CEO, Chris Joseph; the Vice President of Product Management and Marketing, Taylor Allis; and the Director of Product Marketing, Julien Picaud. As a business unit in €4 billion revenue information solutions provider Wolters Kluwer, Enablon’s executive team has been encouraged to take a long-term view of the EHS market opportunity. This has enabled Enablon to focus on a multi-format innovation process which ensures the software vendor continuously harvests new ideas from its customer base and folds them into its product strategy. As a result, Enablon is investing to provide global support, a robust IT platform, broader risk management functionality and edge technologies which engage frontline workers. This strategy aligns with new EHS management concepts which are moving away from compliance and towards sustaining business growth.

Table of contents

Enablon’s Innovation Edge Aligns With EHS Digital Transformation Plans
Global Support For Large Enterprise Customers Is The Long-Term Strategy 
A Sophisticated Innovation Process Keeps Enablon Aligned With Changing Customer Expectations
Enablon’s Vision Tallies With The Future Direction Of EHS Management

About the author

Steve Bolton

Research Director

Steve leads the Verdantix EHS research practice, based out of our New York office. He has 25 years of experience advising on sustainability, EHS, circular economy, corporate social responsibility and other business value topics. Steve received a dual environmental science and public policy Bachelor's degree from The College of William and Mary, a Master of Environmental Management degree from Duke University, and an MBA degree from James Madison University.

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