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LONDON – (BUSINESS WIRE) – Independent research firm Verdantix has released its sixth annual EHS global survey of 411 decision-makers across 25 industries and 35 countries. The headline finding is that 60% of respondents perceive innovation as a high priority for the EHS function and a further 23% believe it is essential. This is a remarkable focus on innovation compared to the historic link between EHS and compliance.

New York – October 8, 2018. Independent research firm Verdantix will host its eighth summit for environment, health and safety innovation in Atlanta in 2019. The Verdantix EHS Innovation Summit Americas will gather 200 EHS directors, technology executives and investors on September 24 and 25. This eighth summit builds on the success of the 2018 Verdantix EHS Innovation Summit which included VP-level speakers from Arkema, Cameron LNG, DeBeers, Direct Energy, GE, Halliburton, ISN, Lippert Components, NASA, PepsiCo, Southern Company and TechnipFMC.

London – October 1, 2018. Independent research firm Verdantix has published a ground-breaking forecast for operational risk management software. Based on a survey of 221 managers at industrial assets and an analysis of 88 vendors’ revenues, the model predicts that the market will grow from $1.3bn in 2018 to $3.1bn in 2028 and $14.6bn in 2038. Compound annual growth will be a healthy 13%.

London – September 6, 2018. A new study by independent research firm Verdantix identifies 28 suppliers of smart building mobile apps targeting occupants as Smart Innovators in the smart buildings software market, currently worth nearly $5 billion. These mobile apps are designed to improve occupants’ engagement, productivity and wellbeing in buildings. The report reviews trends in product design, core usage scenarios and how mobile apps are likely to develop in tandem with the IoT technology trend and proliferation of smart buildings. Corporate executives responsible for real estate and facilities, asset managers and landlords should use the report to better understand how these apps have the potential to deliver value to building occupants in office, retail and healthcare environments. Vendors should use the report to develop strategies to maximize their traction in this fast-growing niche of the market.

London – August 28 2018. Independent research firm Verdantix published two buyers’ guides to help executives on the search for software to support their real estate, energy and facilities management processes. One report focuses on Integrated Workplace Management Systems (IWMS) while the second features software for managing energy and facility optimization. Individuals responsible for selecting, implementing and managing these solutions should use the guides as a tool to build a shortlist of vendors with applications that meet their requirements.