EHS Software Market Heading For A Big Realignment In 2020
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This report provides current customers of EHS software vendors and EHS managers considering making an investment with guidance on how to make the best purchase decisions in the context of an evolving market. From 2000 onwards both financial investors and corporate groups got involved in the EHS software market without significantly impacting market dynamics. But from 2015 onwards, far bigger private equity funds moved in reflecting spending of $1.2 billion on EHS software in 2019. Overall this is good news for users and buyers of EHS software as the cash injections have funded more robust products. But vendors without sufficient scale or financial backing will find they are struggling in a market with bigger and better funded rivals. Financial firepower to drive innovation, new operational risk capabilities and a growth in the distribution of international offices and staff have significantly changed the assessment criteria that buyers should apply. From 2020 the big realignment will also be reflected in new value propositions outside core EHS management system digitization.
Table of contentsCustomers Face A Dramatically Different EHS Software Landscape In 2020
Dozens Of Financial Transactions Have Reshaped The EHS Software Market
EHS Software Buyers Need To Think More Strategically About Vendor Selection
Deeper EHS Collaboration With Operations Will Create New Customer Visions
Table of figuresFigure 1. EHS Software Market Transactions 2016-2018
Figure 2. EHS Software Market Transactions 2019
Figure 3. Benchmark Of 23 EHS Software Providers (2019)
Figure 4. Evaluation Criteria For EHS Software Selection
Figure 5. Factors That Influence EHS Software Contract Termination