This webinar will diagnose the current state of the product stewardship market from both a compliance-based and voluntary-focused perspective. Topics covered will include current challenges that corporates face in meeting their product stewardship requirements and goals, the various types of solution providers that offer support in overcoming these challenges, a glimpse into the total current market size for product stewardship, and a near term outlook on how the market will shift, what new issues may arise, and how solution providers are innovating to continually meet and exceed customer demands.
Verdantix Benchmark Names The Nine Leaders In The Global EH&S Software Market To Facilitate Vendor Selection In 2016
New York, January 11, 2016. A new benchmark of 22 EH&S software suppliers and their applications identifies CMO, Enablon, Gensuite, Intelex, Medgate, ProcessMAP, IHS, SAP and Rivo as the nine market leaders. The study findings are based on a 185 point questionnaire, live product demonstrations and buying preference data from interviews with 312 EH&S managers in 18 countries around the world.
This Verdantix webinar is designed for corporate EH&S leaders and IT managers involved in the identification, selection and implementation of software applications that support EH&S processes. Based on the recently published Verdantix Green Quadrant benchmark of the 22 most prominent EH&S software vendors in the market, webinar attendees will hear about recent innovations in feature and function sets, user interface improvements, product alignment with industry needs and vendor financial strength. As the only EH&S software product benchmark available in the market today, this is a must attend webinar for anyone charged with leading EH&S software selection assignments.
Verdantix Global Survey Of EH&S Leaders Finds 31% Of Firms Will Increase 2016 Spending By More Than 5% And Identifies Priorities For 2016 Investment
London, November 20, 2015. A new global survey of 312 environment, health and safety executives by independent research firm Verdantix finds that 10% of firms will increase spending in 2016 by double digits and 21% will spend between 5% and 9% more next year. Three quarters of respondents expect budgets to increase in 2016 which is an increase from 62% who increased spend in 2015. According to the complimentary report which breaks down budget increases by country, 54% of firms surveyed in India will increase spend by at least 5%, 48% in the Middle East and 47% in the UK.