VelocityEHS Set For Rapid Progress Following CVC Growth Fund Acquisition
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Table of contentsVelocityEHS Set For Rapid Progress Following CVC Growth Fund Acquisition
The Fundamentals Are In Place To Power A Big Expansion Play For VelocityEHS
The VelocityEHS Product Strategy Focuses On Pervasive Engagement Of Frontline Workers
Firms Seeking Rapid Time-To-Value For EHS And Chemical Compliance Software Should Consider VelocityEHS
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Organisations mentionedActua Corporation, Adidas Group, Advanced Drainage Systems, Ashland, Canadian Society For Chemical Engineering (CSChE), CVC Capital Partners, Duracell, e3 Solutions, Ember Resources, Emerson, ErgoAdvocate, Estee Lauder, Exxon Mobil, Flint Hills Resources, FedEx, International Paper, ISO, Knowledge Management Innovations (KMI), Kohler Company, Microsoft, MSDSonline, OHSAS, Sasol Limited, Sterigenics, StrataDx, UK Health And Safety Executive (HSE), Unilever, US Occupational Safety And Health Administration (OSHA), Valspar, VelocityEHS, Veolia Water
About the author
Yaowen is a Senior Analyst covering Verdantix research on EHS information management technologies, best practices and growth strategies. His current agenda focuses on EHS and sustainability services, quality management, supply chain stewardship as well as chemicals and product compliance. Yaowen has 4-5 years of experience delivering Verdantix research and advisory engagements. He holds a BA degree in environmental management from the University of Pennsylvania.