Wolters Kluwer Brings Scalability To Enablon’s Innovative Platform
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In July 2016, Wolters Kluwer, the €4.3 billion revenue international information solutions provider, acquired Enablon for €250 million in cash. The new parent firm will continue to support Enablon’s focus on customer-centric innovation whilst at the same time seeking new ways to deliver value faster through standard delivery models and industry solutions. As the EHS software market continues to mature Wolters Kluwer needs to ensure Enablon continues to invest in customer-centric innovation which has been a key ingredient of the vendor’s success to date. This means investing in cloud deployment, relentlessly enhancing user interface design, scaling up the data processing capability of the platform to handle mobile data and embedding automated analytics. As the potential to differentiate EHS software on technology reduces in a more mature market, customers should assess Enablon and other vendors on four success metrics.
Table of contentsWolters Kluwer Aims For Innovation, Repeatability And Scalability
Persisting With Rapid, Customer-Centric Innovation Is Essential For Enablon’s Growth
Customers Should Assess EHS Software Vendors Against Four Success Metrics