Global Chemicals Firm Evonik Consolidates More Than 100 IT Systems To Establish New Level Of EHS Excellence
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This report helps EHS executives understand how their peers are leveraging EHS technologies at prominent industrial firms. Evonik Industries, a €13.1 billion ($14.8 billion) Germany-headquartered specialty chemicals firm, sought to strengthen EHS visibility and operational excellence by implementing a centralized, single architecture platform for EHS information management. With a global footprint across 26 countries and 210 sites, Evonik identified 144 IT systems for consolidation and adhered exclusively to a cloud-hosted deployment model that leveraged out-of-the-box workflows and no code configurations. In addition to significant estimated savings of over $3 million, Evonik also saw a 20% increase in EHS event reporting from improved usability. By selectively phasing rollout across all regions concurrently, Evonik was able to factor in differing EHS cultures when reinforcing globally standardized management frameworks such as the Global Evonik Risk Matrix.
Table of contentsGlobal Chemicals Firm Evonik Establishes New Level Of EHS Visibility And Operational Excellence
Evonik’s Old IT Estate Had Become An Expensive Holdup That Constrained Safety Culture
Evonik Replaces Lotus Notes And Numerous IT Systems Across 210 Sites Globally
Evonik Estimates More Than $3 Million Of Direct Annual Cost Savings On Top Of Improved Compliance and Risk Management