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The State Of Digitization Of EHS Services
Verdantix recommends that EHS consulting firms should not only adopt digital tools but also embrace digitization with a firm-wide strategic approach. This webinar will apply data from multiple recent Verdantix research: questionnaire responses of 145 executives at EHS consultancies, 382 EHS decision-makers, and 10 in-depth discussions with digital leaders within EHS consultancies. In this webinar, we will suggest which efforts will help EHS service providers harness this digital transformational change, and explore technology enhancers of EHS services such as mobile apps, business intelligence (BI) tools, sensors within the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and drones.
How To Transition To A Smart Workplace: Office Design, Technology And Collaboration
The ‘smart workplace’ is a major trend shaping the design and management of buildings that deliver great occupant experiences and worker productivity. The move toward smarter workplaces requires thinking across office design, IT, software, communication and employee demographics. This webinar will draw on a multitude of recent Verdantix studies to bring recommendations to heads of real estate and facilities on how these multiple threads need to come together in their workplace strategies. In this webinar, we will consider the role and limitations for different technologies such as building IoT platforms, smart building software, facilities optimization software, IWMS solutions, smart lighting and many more.
Understanding The $14.6 Billion Operational Risk Management Market Opportunity
This webinar brings together insights from the Verdantix research on operational risk management software product developments with our recently published market size and forecast for operational risk management (ORM) software. Executives at ORM software vendors and investors in the sector will learn how growing customer demand and technology innovations will help the ORM software market to cross the chasm and grow from a $1 billion opportunity today into a $14.6 billion market in the next 20 years. Attendees will hear about the positive impact of IoT sensors, digital twins and graph databases on the prospects for the existing ORM software vendors.
Benefiting From EHS Analytics Requires An Innovation Mindset
Based on the recent Verdantix report on best practices for EHS analytics, this webinar will provide EHS decision-makers with advice on how to improve their EHS analytics strategies and systems. You will learn how digital data collection creates the potential to transform analytics, but this potential can only be harnessed by EHS teams who are willing to change their ways of working. The webinar content includes a step-by-step guide to establish your EHS analytics project from problem prioritization to data quality assessment and application of analytic techniques and technologies. Attendees will hear about success stories and you will be able to benchmark your current level of sophistication relative to the insights Verdantix gathered from 25 interviews with EHS analytics experts.
Operational Risk Management Budgets, Preferences And Priorities For 2019
This webinar provides insights into the 2019 investment plans, technology strategies and management priorities of 221 operations decision-makers interviewed by Verdantix. Interviewees in the survey work at industrial firms across the chemicals, oil and gas, construction, transport, manufacturing, mining and power utilities sectors. Attendees will hear about the alignment of managers of industrial assets with industry 4.0 digital strategies, how they fund spending on operational risk, how they evaluate operational risk software vendors and their products. This Verdantix webinar is designed to provide vendors of technology as well as operations, plant and production managers with the data they need to optimize their 2019 strategies.
Smart Building Mobile Apps: The Small Revolution In Creating A Great Smart Building Experience
Historically, software vendors have designed their platforms for use exclusively by building operators and facility managers. But the recent growth of smartphone use and the proliferation of equipment connected to the Internet of Things have created new opportunities to engage everyday users of buildings.
The market for occupant-facing mobile apps is still in its infancy with multiple firms, from global technology firms to specialist providers, launching new products. While they all focus on driving engagement, improving productivity and improving tenant’s experiences the solutions on the market are still very different. This webinar will draw on the latest Verdantix research and insights gathered through briefings with senior executives to evaluate the value proposition of the latest building mobile app product innovations covering solutions from vendors such as ARCHIBUS, Comfy, FM:Systems, Honeywell, iOFFICE, Mapiq, Planon, Schneider Electric, SmartSpace Software, Sony, Tishman Speyer and Trimble. It will provide insight into key questions such as: Are these solutions a valuable investment and not just ‘nice to have’ for building operators? Can mobile apps drive value without leveraging the Internet of Things? How can landlords drive greater value for their tenants supporting yields? What obstacles do vendors need to overcome to ensure their product has traction in the busy world of real estate software?
Heads of real estate, facility managers, building operators, real estate asset managers, and technology vendors should attend this webinar to understand how to plan for the future to get value from occupant-facing mobile apps.
What You Need To Know To Select A Real Estate Or Facility Management Software Solution
Real estate, energy and facility optimization software solutions are being evaluated for purchase by 43% of the real estate executives in the Verdantix global survey. Yet, 56% of those executives rate a lack of information about real estate technologies as either a very important or important barrier to getting value from real estate, energy and facility optimization technologies. How can real estate executives source the information they need to make informed decisions regarding which real estate, energy and facility optimization solution is most appropriate for their building portfolio?
This webinar will draw on the latest Verdantix research and insights gathered through briefings with senior executives to outline the key questions buyers of commercial software solutions such as integrated workplace management systems (IWMS), building energy management systems and facility optimization platforms need to address to select the most appropriate solution. Questions that will be addressed include which vendors are taking advantage of the latest technologies to improve solution performance and ease of use and which software solutions are best suited to scale with and organization’s short-term and long-term objectives?
Heads of real estate, facility managers, real estate asset managers and technology vendors should attend this webinar to understand the key questions they should be asking when thinking about buying a real estate, energy or facility optimization solution.
The Role of Wearable Technology in Addressing Core EHS Functions
Increasingly, wearable electronic devices (or “wearables”) are being used as specialized EHS tools for collecting and disseminating data to enhance workplace safety. Employees can wear trackers, sensors, communication devices and heads-up displays that monitor bodily worker location and health, deliver real-time warnings, and enable information exchange with co-workers. This webinar will help convey the specific EHS needs that wearables can help address, various wearables available today, and factors influencing whether these technologies can be successful. The webinar will be derived from our recent research and hosted by Verdantix Research Director Steve Bolton.
The Future Of The Real Estate And Building Software Market: Key Trends and Market Forecast 2018-2022
The $4.5 billion real estate and building management software market is evolving rapidly under the convergence of solutions, a slew of M&A activity, new entrants and launch of more sophisticated solutions related to the Internet of Things (IoT). How will the market size change from 2018 to 2022? What segments will grow the fastest? What are the key factors that will drive growth? Drawing on the recent Verdantix market size and forecast study on real estate and building management software, this webinar will equip software executives with a data-driven scenario for future market evolution across five software segments 1) real estate investment, 2) property management, 3) maintenance management, 4) space and workplace management and 5) energy management.
The webinar is a key input for the business planning of various market participants, including vendors proving the following solution types; property management software, integrated workplace management systems (IWMS), computer aided facilities management (CAFM), computerised maintenance management systems (CMMS) and specialist software vendors focused on space management, energy management and real estate investment management.
Boosting Product Compliance Revenues: Customer Needs, Market Forecast & Software Convergence
Confusion reigns in the product compliance market due to diverse customer buying concepts, a complex global regulatory landscape and variations in terminology. This webinar provides a detailed assessment of the needs of three different customer groups, a market size and forecast model for the global product compliance market and insights into the convergence of chemical compliance software with product compliance solutions. Hosted by Verdantix Senior Analyst Yaowen Ma and Research Director Steve Bolton, this webinar will provide executives in content, software and services firms with a comprehensive overview of key success factors for the global product compliance market.
Selecting an Innovative Fault Detection, Diagnostics and Predictive Maintenance Solution To Boost Equipment Uptime
Over the next three years, 89% of real estate executives in the Verdantix global survey view the optimization of building operations such as maintenance as either a very important or important factor impacting their real estate strategy. Given the importance of optimizing facility maintenance operations for real estate executives, what solutions are on the market to help executives tackle this pressing challenge?
This webinar draws on the latest Verdantix research and insights gathered through briefings with senior executives to understand how current innovations in asset fault detection and diagnostics will shape the future of facility optimization. The webinar will address questions such as: what will be the impact of machine learning and AI on facility performance? Will BIM finally gain prominence in building operations and maintenance? Is embedded edge intelligence really the way of the future?
Heads of real estate, facility managers, technology vendors and real estate asset managers should attend this webinar to understand the key questions they should be asking when thinking about asset fault detection, diagnostics and predictive maintenance solutions.
Mobile Apps For EHS: Current Trends And Future Developments
In this webinar, Verdantix Research Director Steve Bolton will share recent findings from a study into the state of the EHS mobile apps market. The webinar will compare the mobile app architectures, functionality and product strategies of three different categories of vendors. We’ll also dive into new functionality developments and usage scenarios. Buyers of EHS mobile apps will get an understanding of how they can extract value and succeed with their plans to engage frontline workers.
Managing Operational Risks With A Technology Roadmap
In recent years, firms with physical operational assets such as manufacturing equipment, railway depots, chemical plants, natural gas pipelines and retail stores have started using digital technology to identify and control the risks associated with those assets. Their aim is to better manage operational risks, which have both safety and business continuity implications. This webinar identifies and discusses the business value, pace of innovation, investment case and maturity of a wide array of innovative operational risk technologies such as drones, augmented reality visors, digital wearables, barrier risk management software, process safety management software, qualitative and quantitative risk assessment software, mobile risk apps and asset integrity software.
This webinar is a must-attend for operational executives, facility and plant managers, maintenance executives and EHS leaders to understand the different solutions that are available to them, so that they can prioritize their investment decisions to minimise operational risks and maximise operational efficiency as well as safety. Operational risk and EHS software vendors should also join this webinar to assess the supplier ecosystem for such solutions, evaluate what their competitors are doing and discover ways to enhance the value proposition they offer their customers.
Real Estate Investors’ Preferences, Priorities And Budgets For Technology In 2018
Property investors, including REITs and fund managers, are exploring the role of innovative technologies as a major source of opportunity for their funds. Investors are increasing their deployments of software solutions that provide better insights into the performance of their portfolios and smart building technologies to attract better tenants and increase rents.
This Verdantix webinar provides unique data from 100 interviews we conducted with real estate investment decision-makers across the world’s major financial centres. You will hear how much these executives influence technology purchase decisions, which technologies are going to be deployed in-house to assist with processes such as site selection, as well as the smart building technologies that will be used to enhance the performance of their real estate assets. The webinar will also provide hard data on property investors’ forecast changes in technology expenditure.
This webinar is a must-attend for everyone in the real estate value chain. This includes investors, tenants and real estate agents. It also includes technology vendors selling solutions to property investors, such as real estate software vendors, IWMS providers and the broader smart building technology ecosystem.
Selecting An Innovative Space Management Solution To Unlock Your Building’s Full Potential
Over the next three years, 85% of the real estate executives in the Verdantix global survey deem maximizing space utilization either a very important or important factor in shaping their real estate strategy. With space management so high up on the corporate agenda, what is the role of a new generation of technologies in solving this pressing business issue?
This webinar will draw on the latest Verdantix research and insights gathered through briefings with senior executives to outline how current space management and workplace solution product innovations will shape the future of a space management market brimming with growth potential. It will address some of the conundrums yet to be solved, such as: how useful will the Internet of Things be in optimizing workplaces? Can you prove a link between office design and wellbeing? Where does activity-based working fit in this story?
Heads of real estate, facility managers, technology vendors and real estate asset managers should attend this webinar to understand the key questions they should be asking when thinking about space management and workplace solutions.
Lessons Learnt From Eleven HSE Innovation Award Winners
For the 2018 HSE Innovation Awards, a panel of four independent judges – all current or past HSE executives at $10 billion revenue or more firms – selected eleven winners in private and public-sector categories from more than 80 submissions. This webinar digs into the detail of how firms in eleven different industries have invested in HSE software, analytics, mobile apps, drones and beacons to enhance HSE outcomes. We also feature insights from finalists in each of the eleven categories. Webinar attendees will learn what results they can hope to achieve by investing in both strategic and tactical HSE technology projects.
The Future Of Smart Buildings
In 2025 newly constructed smart buildings will be designed to improve the experience of building users, deliver more sophisticated energy management and provide high rates of space utilization. But what will the technology ecosystem to manage smart buildings look like? This webinar will draw on the latest Verdantix research into smart buildings including insights gathered through our interviews with 27 senior executives across the real estate, facilities management, software and building technology sectors, to provide a comprehensive view into the different visions for the future development of smart buildings. In this webinar we will consider the role for IoT platforms, IWMS solutions, facilities optimization software, artificial intelligence, smart equipment, crowd-sourcing apps, robots and many more technologies. Real estate investors, property developers, facilities managers, product manufacturers and technology vendors should attend this webinar to understand the range of technologies that will infuse smart buildings of the future.
The Financial Business Case For EHS Software: A Numbers-Driven Framework To Engage The C-Suite
In 2018, EHS decision-makers around the world plan to increase spending on technology more than any other category according to the annual Verdantix survey of 382 EHS managers. However, 78% of EHS decision-makers do not have sufficient budget themselves to fund the technology investments they need. To help fix this funding gap, Verdantix has created a step-by-step toolkit to build a financial business case for EHS software. The Total System Value assessment covers a wide range of business benefits as well as offering best practice advice on how to position projects for success in your firm’s capital requisition process. Attendees of this webinar will walk away with a thorough understanding of how to shape the financial business case for EHS software in a way that engages the CEO, CFO, HR director and General Counsel.
New Facility Optimization Software Benchmark: How To Select The Best Fit Vendor
Is your organization planning to invest in a facility optimization solution or expand the functionality of existing energy or maintenance management software solutions? Is your current combination of standalone energy management, asset and maintenance management, and building automation and controls solutions not providing the level of visibility into the performance of your buildings that you would like? If any of these applies to you, then this webinar, based on the Verdantix 2017 Facility Optimization Software Green Quadrant, is for you. It will examine 14 major facility optimization vendors according to the capabilities of their software applications and the strength of their market momentum. The vendors reviewed in this software benchmark include: BuildingIQ, EnerNOC, ENTOUCH, Envizi, GridPoint, Honeywell, IBM, ICONICS, Johnson Controls, Powerhouse Dynamics, Schneider Electric, Siemens, Switch Automation and Yardi.
This Verdantix webinar is for corporate real estate, facilities and IT executives involved in the identification, selection and implementation of facility optimization solutions.
Webinar attendees will also hear about recent facility optimization software product innovations, trends impacting the optimization market and best practices for getting value from software solutions. As the only benchmark of this type available on the market today, this is a must attend for anyone charged with improving the performance of buildings within their real estate portfolio.
Predictions For EHS Technology And Innovation In 2018
The EHS community has been bombarded with innovative technologies over the last two years. Whether it is big data analytics, augmented reality visors or drones for environmental mapping, it’s tough to figure out which innovations should be prioritized for 2018 investment. At the same time, EHS services firms are finding themselves under pressure to digitize their internal and client facing processes. This Verdantix webinar provides an overview of the most important EHS technologies, the size and growth of the markets and how EHS budgets will be allocated to them in 2018. We will describe the main technology strategy themes for the year and predict which types of project will get the most attention.
The Future Of The EHS Software Market: Forecast And Key Trends 2018-2022
The EHS software market has absorbed $1 billion of private equity investment and corporate acquisition dollars in the last two years. How will this play out in market growth rates in the next five years? And what are the implications for consolidation and competition between the myriad vendors in the global market? Drawing on the recent Verdantix market size and forecast model for the EHS software market as well as diverse studies of vendor strategies and global customer spending, this webinar will equip executives at software vendors and consulting firms with a data-driven scenario for future market evolution. By attending this webinar, buyers of EHS software can get a better understanding of how their current suppliers may be impacted by powerful market forces.
Real Estate, Energy and Facility Optimization Technologies: Predictions for 2018
This Verdantix webinar provides technology executives in the Real Estate, Energy and Facilities Optimization markets with Verdantix’s analysis of the hot trends that will influence product releases and purchases in 2018. With major technology trends around the digitization of buildings and the IoT, combining with hot real estate trends such as empowering building users, wellbeing, facilities optimization and the need for better space utilization, this is a fertile market for innovation.
This webinar will benefit curious minded technology executives, building owners and occupiers who want to challenge their views of what 2018 will bring. Attendees will learn about everything from product development plans to business assumptions and purchase decisions.
The webinar will cover predictions around software technologies such as integrated workplace management systems (IWMS), enterprise asset management (EAM), computerized maintenance and management systems (CMMS), space management solutions, computer-assisted facilities management (CAFM), energy management software (EMS), Facilities Optimization, Building Management Systems and Smart Building Platforms. The webinar will also cover the impact of cheaper sensors and gateways on hardware and IoT applications.
2018 Benchmark For Real Estate, Energy and Facilities Budgets & Technology Preferences
Are you looking to become a significant competitor in the Real Estate, Energy and Facilities Optimization software, technology or consulting market? This webinar provides corporate real estate decision-makers and executives at real estate, energy and facilities optimization consulting and technology firms with an overview of budgets, priorities and technology preferences for 2018. The survey data also supports the strategic decision-making of executives at consulting and technology providers. Based on phone interviews with 301 Real Estate decision-makers around the world, this is a unique data set available to benchmark spending plans, technology adoption and brand preferences.
From June to September 2017, Verdantix conducted 301 interviews with real estate decision-makers across 26 countries and 17 industries to produce this overview of budgets, priorities and technology preferences for 2018.
The webinar will cover:
-What industry trends are top of mind for corporate real estate decision makers?
-How will their budgets for real estate and facilities optimization change in 2018?
-What are their planned technology investments?
Drones: Forecasting The Commercial & Industrial Market Opportunity In Europe
Whilst fixed wing drones have been used by the military since the 1970s, it is only in the last five years that a wide range of drones have been available that meet the needs of customers in the commercial, industrial and civil government sectors. But will the drones market live up to the hype? Or will we see it crash down to earth like other technology fads? Should EHS consultants and surveying firms see drones as a threat, an opportunity, or both?
This webinar provides a detailed, fact-based assessment of the current market opportunity for drone equipment, software and services in Europe. It goes on to forecast the growth of the industry for the next 20 years. By attending this webinar you will learn about the eleven primary usage scenarios for drones and get an understanding of how they will evolve over time given customer demand, barriers to use and the policy environment in Europe.
2018 Benchmark For EHS Budgets, Priorities & Technology Preferences
Are you looking to become a significant competitor in the EHS software, technology or consulting market? This webinar provides corporate EHS decision-makers and executives at EHS consulting and technology firms with an overview of budgets, priorities and technology preferences for 2018. The survey data also supports the strategic decision-making of executives at EHS consulting and technology providers. Based on phone interviews with 382 EHS decision-makers around the world, this is the most detailed data set available to benchmark spending plans, technology adoption and brand preference.
From June to September 2017, Verdantix conducted 382 interviews with EHS decision-makers across 31 countries and 25 industries to produce this overview of budgets, priorities and technology preferences for 2018. This is the most detailed data set available to benchmark spending plans, technology adoption and brand preferences across the globe.
Space Management Innovations: The Key To Great Returns In Real Estate Management
Why fight for small improvements in building efficiency when you can achieve much bigger returns through better use of space that is already available? With leased space at a premium in many locations, this should not remain as an unchallenged assumption in company plans. Many corporate real estate directors will shy away from aggressive consolidation for fear of disrupting operations, or lowering the perceived quality of the experience for employees. Building managers, Real estate directors, Facility management specialists, and technology innovators should attend this webinar to learn how they can maximize building efficiency without diminishing employee satisfaction levels and operational efficiency. Verdantix will share the results of research on the innovation in space management that is opening new avenues for tenants and owner occupiers to maximize the value they get from their buildings while maintaining a positive building-user experience.
New IWMS Solution Benchmark: How To Select The Best Fit Vendor
Is your organization planning to invest in real estate or facilities management software, looking to consolidate numerous legacy systems into an IWMS platform or interested in purchasing additional functionality? Based on the Verdantix 2017 Integrated Workplace Management System (IWMS) Green Quadrant, this webinar will examine 14 major IWMS vendors according to the capabilities of their software applications and the strength of market momentum. The vendors reviewed in this software benchmark include: Accruent, ARCHIBUS, Axxerion, FM:Systems, FSI, IBM, Indus Systems, iOFFICE, Lucernex, MCS Solutions, Planon, Qube Global, Service Works Group and Trimble.
Webinar attendees will hear also about recent product innovation from IWMS vendors, including user interface improvements and new functionality in space utilization, lease accounting and smart buildings. This Verdantix webinar is a must attend for corporate real estate, facilities and IT executives involved in the identification, selection and implementation of IWMS solutions. Executives from the real estate investment sector or who represent significant landlords tasked with the management of large portfolios of real estate will also benefit from a review of these solution that facilitate better portfolio management, capital planning and financial management.
Best Practices For Managing Chemical Compliance And Product Stewardship
Over the past decade, firms of all sizes from global conglomerates to regional manufacturers have faced a plethora of product stewardship challenges, including adapting to changing regulations, minimizing costly product recalls and protecting brand reputation from undesirable social and environmental sourcing practices. When it comes to managing product stewardship, firms often struggle to establish the appropriate organizational approaches and a notable number are still grappling with manual data collection, disparate databases and decentralized offline access of information.
This webinar provides directors of product stewardship, product compliance and materials traceability with an independent analysis of the best practices associated with chemicals, materials, ingredients and manufactured components transparency throughout the supply chain necessary for regulatory compliance and product sustainability efforts. For firms looking to strengthen their product stewardship activities, this webinar explains the key practices among firms that exhibit best practices across chemicals compliance, manufactured components compliance and sustainable product design.
New EHS Software Benchmark: How To Select The Best Fit Vendor
Is your organization planning to invest in a health, safety and environmental management software solution, looking to replace an existing platform or interested in purchasing additional functionality? Is your current combination of homegrown IT solutions, databases and spreadsheets not providing the level of visibility into EHS performance that you’d like? Are the nuances and pace of EHS regulatory change proving difficult to keep up with? Has the executive team demanded that EHS risks be lowered to satisfy enterprise risk targets, or tasked your department with minimizing EHS-related costs to the organization at large? If any of these apply to you, this webinar will help save time, money, and stress in your EHS software selection process.
This Verdantix webinar is designed for corporate EHS leaders, IT managers, and senior executives involved in the identification, selection, financial backing, and implementation of EHS software. Based on the Verdantix 2017 EHS Software Green Quadrant, this webinar will examine 20 major EHS software vendors according to the capabilities of their software applications and the strength of their market momentum.
Attendees will also hear about trends in EHS management as a whole, and best practices for deriving maximum value from any commercial EHS software. As the only benchmark of this type available on the market today, this is a must attend for anyone charged with taking EHS to the next level.
Using IWMS Solutions To Make Lease Accounting Changes Easy
The impending FASB / IASB changes to bring all leases on balance sheet and facilitate comparison between companies is causing a headache for real estate directors, managers and their finance counterparts. The 2019 deadline is putting pressure on firms holding large numbers of property leases and leased assets, such as retail, leisure and travel firms to take action. A multitude of software vendors are trying to tackle this challenge for the customers. While there is a lot of noise in the market, there is a lack of clarity about which solutions will actually save time and pain. This webinar will share the results of Verdantix research and analysis on IWMS and specialist solutions from vendors such as ARCHIBUS, Accruent, Axxerion, LeaseQuery, Lucernex, Planon, ProLease, Qube Global and Trimble. The webinar will also shed light on the five key points buyers should look for in a solution.
How To Improve EHS Performance With A Technology Roadmap
Managers seeking to upgrade their firms’ EHS performance often lack expertise in technology selection and implementation. This webinar identifies and discusses the business value, pace of innovation, investment case and maturity of a wide array of innovative EHS technologies such as drones, VR safety training, hazcom beacons, mobile EHS apps, wearable sensors, exoskeletons and EHS software platforms.
EHS managers, executives and professionals should join this webinar to understand the different solutions that are available to them, so that they can prioritize their investment decisions to achieve their EHS goals. EHS software vendors should also join this webinar to assess the supplier ecosystem for such solutions, evaluate what their competitors are doing and discover ways to enhance the value proposition they offer their customers.
Technologies For Smart Buildings And Facilities Optimisation: How To Make The Right Choice?
This Verdantix webinar provides facilities and energy management professionals with a detailed overview of the wide range of technologies available on the market for optimizing buildings. Our research finds that the latest wave of technology innovation is bringing greater automation to workplaces, collecting more granular data on building conditions and smartening up maintenance management. Technologies covered in this webinar will include smart lighting, sensors, beacons, drones, Li-Fi, augmented reality, battery storage and embedded meter technology. This webinar will help executives answer questions such as: What technologies should I invest in? What is the technology’s proven business value? How valuable will the technology be in the future?
This webinar is also must-attend for software executives across the Real Estate and Facilities Management markets, from IWMS, CAFM and energy management software suppliers, to help them define product roadmaps and partnership strategies.
Lessons Learnt From Ten EHS Innovation Award Winners
For the 2017 EHS Innovation Awards, a panel of three independent judges – all current or past EHS executives at $10 billion revenue or more firms – selected ten winners in private sector categories from more than 70 submissions. This webinar digs into the detail of how firms in ten different sectors have invested in EHS software, analytics, mobile apps, drones and beacons to enhance EHS outcomes. We also feature insights from finalists in each of the ten categories. Webinar attendees will learn what results they can hope to achieve by investing in both strategic and tactical EHS technology projects.
Boosting Worker Safety With Innovative Technologies
This webinar provides EH&S professionals with a detailed overview of the wide range of innovative technologies available on the market which can be used to improve worker safety. Our research finds that safety executives make tactical use of new technologies such as in-vehicle monitoring, intelligent PPE, virtual reality safety training, human condition monitoring, beacons for hazcom, mobile apps and drones for inspections. This webinar explains how EH&S managers can create a technology roadmap to make more systematic investments to boost worker safety.
IWMS: What You Need To Know Before Buying A Solution
Workplaces, whether in airports, corporate offices or healthcare facilities are changing. Work environments are increasingly more complex with decision-makers forced to navigate an onslaught of new technologies enabling a more mobile workforce, shifting workplace demographics, and the constant need to provide better building and space experiences. Integrated workplace management system (IWMS) vendors are leveraging new technologies to further develop existing and new market offerings to help organizations better manage the real estate and facility demands being placed on them.
Building investors, owner-occupiers and building tenants with large rental commitments should join this webinar to understand the factors they need to consider before investing in a IWMS solution. If you are wondering how IWMS solutions can help your organization to improve its building portfolio financial management, space utilization and maintenance cost management – this is the webinar for you. Senior executives from firms offering IWMS solutions to owners and inhabitants of buildings should also join this webinar to understand the due diligence factors potential clients will be assessing their solutions on.
Product Stewardship – Market Forecast, Acquisitions And Convergence To 2021
This webinar will provide technology executives, consultants and investors with an overview of how the product stewardship solutions market will evolve over the next five years. The presentation will cover product compliance and product sustainability market size and forecast to 2021, essential market drivers and inhibitors, the logic behind recent acquisitions and the impending convergence with EH&S platforms.
Facility Optimization Management: Do You Think Your Building Is Running At Its Best?
This Verdantix webinar will provide software and hardware vendors, developing solutions for optimizing facilities, with insights into the broad theme of facility optimization management. This webinar will share insights into the theme of optimized buildings and explore topics such as 1. What determines if a building is running optimally; 2. Strategies to move from energy management to facility optimization; 3. is IoT-based technology the key to achieving optimization. This webinar is a must attend for anyone responsible for building operations.
Quality Management And EH&S Software – To Combine Or Not To Combine?
In industries like life sciences, food and beverages and even oil and gas, responsibility for quality management is often combined with environment, health and safety giving rise to long-winded job titles such as EHSQ and QEHS. But when does it make sense to deploy a single platform for quality, environment, health and safety and when does it make more sense to purchase separate systems? This webinar will share Verdantix analysis of how quality management software fits with the EH&S software market to provide insight into best practices for customers to source appropriate software solutions given how they parcel up responsibility for quality and EH&S.
Predictions, Risks And Opportunities: What Should Real Estate And Facilities Software Executives Watch Out For In 2017?
This Verdantix webinar provides customers and software vendors with insights into the Real Estate, Energy and Facilities Information Management (REEFIM) market in 2017. You will hear about how a new wave of space optimization solutions will take off based on better occupancy data, how energy management and maintenance management software will move closer together and why edge analytics will increasingly feature in supplier IoT propositions. In addition, we will cover the buyer perspective, looking at how more mature customers will start to get to grips with the full picture of building optimization.
This webinar is a must-attend for software executives within the REEFIM market, including suppliers of integrated workplace management systems (IWMS), enterprise asset management (EAM), computerized maintenance and management systems (CMMS), computer-assisted facilities management (CAFM) and energy management software (EMS).
Winning Strategies For The European EH&S Software Market
A combination of private equity investment and acquisitions of EH&S software vendors by larger trade buyers has dramatically changed the competitive landscape over the last 2 years. Increasingly, software vendors who previously focused on the North American market will look for growth opportunities and acquisitions in Europe. At the same time, bigger players in the European market like Enablon (now owned by Wolters Kluwer) and SAP must invest to protect their home markets. Will the “grey squirrels” of the American continent successfully conquer the markets owned by the “red squirrels” of the European continent? Or will the Europeans protect their turf and make their own thrust into North America?
The IoT and Energy Problem: Unlocking the Latent Value from Within Your Facility
The latest all-encompassing technology trend is the ‘Internet of Things’ or IoT as it’s more commonly known. But what is the IoT and how does it translate into tangible solutions? How can I identify business value from all the hype? How can it support facility operations or facility energy consumption? Over the past 18 months several building system vendors have begun to market solutions that improve building performance through the use of IoT-based solutions. This webinar for energy and facility managers and senior executives at software and energy services firms explores the potential for IoT within a facility optimization management strategy, while taking a look at the risks and benefits involved.
Where Are the Biggest Growth Opportunities in The Global Market For EH&S Products and Services?
This Verdantix webinar provides “must have” data from 301 interviews conducted with heads of EH&S across the world to identify which EH&S issues pose the highest risk to corporates, which are a priority for improvement, and which management activities will see increased spend in 2017. It provides insight into the penetration of commercial EH&S management software and its various modules, and the probability of purchase over the next two years. The Verdantix global survey leverages insight into country-specific and industry-specific trends across 30 EH&S initiatives, broken down into seven environmental and eight health and safety issues and 15 EH&S management activities. The data provides senior managers responsible for business planning, strategy, marketing and sales in environmental consultancies and EH&S software providers with the hard data you need to align your 2017 plans with the realities of market demand. Attend this webinar to access invaluable hard data to frame your business objectives for 2017 and enhance your go-to-market strategy.
A Benchmark of U.S. Environmental Services Providers
This Verdantix webinar provides individuals responsible for the selection of environmental services providers with an objective benchmark of 15 major environmental services providers operating within the US market. Based on the recently published Verdantix Green Quadrant, we will provide our analysis of the capabilities and market momentum of services providers such as AECOM, CH2M, ERM, GHD, Golder Associates, Ramboll Environ, and Tetra Tech according to our proprietary 103-point questionnaire which covers 11 unique service lines such as air quality management, environmental management optimization, water management, and climate change adaptation and resiliency. Webinar attendees will also hear about the latest developments and trends within the US environmental services market, different strategic approaches to weathering low oil prices, how technology is changing the environmental services landscape, and an overview of how Verdantix expects the market to shift over the next few years.
Booming EH&S Software Market Will Break Through $1 Billion Barrier In 2017
Customer demand for single integrated platforms, higher value solutions focused on risk management and a flurry of investment into the EH&S software vendors will drive strong market growth. In this webinar Verdantix will share unique insights from recent research answering questions such as: What is the current global spend on EH&S software? Which factors will shape the direction of spending on EH&S solutions over the next five years? Which industries and geographies have the strongest prospects for growth? This webinar helps EH&S software suppliers, investors and partners to forecast revenue streams, plan marketing strategies and define sales strategies. Verdantix will draw upon recent research from the Green Quadrant EH&S Software, EH&S Global Survey and market sizing and forecasting overall spend on EH&S software through to 2020 to provide this comprehensive review of the market.
Facilities Optimization Management: Connecting Facility Performance Data With Real Estate Investment Strategy
Over the last 15 years a wide range of software vendors have pitched point solutions to building operators, heads of engineering and facilities directors. These value propositions have gained some traction but haven’t crossed the chasm of technology innovation due to a lack of widespread adoption. In the last 6 months, multiple technology vendors have converged on a shared vision for improving the financial performance of real estate portfolios by connecting investment strategies with multiple metrics for facility performance. At Verdantix, we refer to this as Facilities Optimization Management. This webinar explores how functionality from energy software, computerized maintenance and management software, integrated workplace management systems and real estate management software will evolve into end-to-end platforms that offer a more compelling value proposition than today’s many point solutions. We further explore how this creates opportunities for consultants and FM firms.
Energy Management: Global Market Trends And Customer Priorities in 2016
Where are the biggest growth opportunities in the energy management market today? This Verdantix webinar presents our latest survey data from interviews with over 250 senior managers responsible for energy management across 15 geographies. Energy services and facilities management suppliers attending this webinar will learn about customer priorities for energy management, the direction of budgets and the use of energy technologies in 2016/17. As well as hearing about customer deployment plans across mature technologies such as LED lighting, you will also learn about the customer appetite for innovation such as IoT sensors and energy storage. As the only independent global energy management survey available in the market today, this is a must attend webinar for anyone charged with leading energy services strategies.
Sustainability Consulting & Assurance: A $1 Billion Market With An Identity Crisis
This webinar shares data from the updated market size and forecast models for sustainability consulting and assurance. With a global market sized at just over $1 billion in 2016 and weak growth of 4% annually forecasted over the next five years, the sustainability services market is challenged by poorly defined corporate functional needs and lenient public policy drivers. Based on recent Verdantix research with sustainability decision-makers and practice heads at consulting firms, we will share our insights on why spend on sustainability consulting by heads of sustainability will decline over the next 5 years with no prospect for a significant pick up in spending. The data points to increasing spend on sustainability projects by other business functions but this poses its own challenges for partners tasked with selling “sustainability projects”.
The Future of EH&S Information Management
What does the future hold for corporations seeking to digitize their EH&S processes? Will mobile apps, business intelligence tools and cloud platforms offer demonstrable improvements in EH&S metrics? Or will tried and trusted methods with custom databases, Excel and email continue to deliver what EH&S leaders need to meet their performance targets? This webinar draws on more than 500 interviews with EH&S senior managers, software executives and consulting practice leaders with decades of industry experience to paint a picture of the digital future for EH&S.
Innovative Approaches to Improve Incident Management
The need to mitigate, manage and resolve incidents is a challenge for firms of any size, from SMEs to multibillion dollar behemoths. Firms not only have to effectively react to incidents of varying magnitude but also contend with events that can span employee injuries, vehicle accidents, environmental emissions, chemical spills, explosions and fires. This webinar provides an overview of the innovative suppliers bringing new solutions to help customers solve their incident management challenges. Join the debate about the relative merits of vendors including Enablon, Intelex, NordSafety, Rivo, StarTex, VelocityEHS and many more.
Benchmarking The UK's Energy Services Providers
This Verdantix webinar provides individuals responsible for selecting, implementing and managing energy projects from energy procurement through to project implementation with a benchmark of 18 providers of energy services for the private and public sector in the UK. Based on the Verdantix Green Quadrant benchmark, we will provide our analysis of the energy services capabilities of specialists such as Ameresco, Carbon Credentials, Inenco, Honeywell, Schneider Electric, Utilitywise and Vital Energi, utilities including ENGIE, npower and SSE, and facilities management firms including ISS and MITIE. Energy managers and facilities directors attending this webinar will also hear about the latest developments across energy services such as the move towards technology-enabled services, as well as the development of energy management offerings in light of the Internet Of Things trends. As the only energy services capability benchmark available in the market today, this is a must attend webinar for anyone charged with leading energy services.
Supply Chain Stewardship: Regulations, New Solutions and Market Growth
This Verdantix webinar reviews the landscape of supply chain stewardship solutions and gives insight into key market events. You will learn about the current state of customer demand, the variety of solutions in the market and the impact of regulations scheduled to come out in 2016. We’ll also share our insights into market growth based on the new supply chain stewardship market size and forecast report.
Safety Consulting: Market Segmentation and New Challenges
The safety consulting market is mature, playing host to consultancies with diverse scales, capabilities and clientele types. With this in mind, the safety consulting market is also evolving constantly as firms globalize operations, seek to cut costs, or add a strategic element to their EH&S management. This webinar will segment this market into four distinct categories, and cover topics such as customer challenges, common types of consulting solutions and the providers that offer them, and strategic advice for how safety consultants can take advantage of emerging trends in safety management.
Product Stewardship: The Current State And Near Term Outlook
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.
Selecting Your Next EH&S Software Platform: Product Benchmark Insights
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.
Why Your Strategy To Sell Energy Performance Contracts (EPCs) Needs A Refresh
This webinar shares findings from recent Verdantix research into the UK Energy Performance Contracting (EPC) market. You will learn about the current state of the EPC market and why market players are planning significant pivots in their go to market strategy over the next few years. For firms active in the UK energy services market – including energy services specialists, facilities management firms, tech companies as well as ‘Big Six’ utilities – we will also provide our view on what is required to be successful in winning and delivering EPCs over the next 3 years.
Investment Opportunities: EH&S Software, Product Stewardship & Supply Chain Compliance
This Verdantix webinar is designed specifically for investment professionals in financial institutions who are seeking opportunities to invest in the EH&S information management market. For investors seeking to understand the size of the opportunity we will present our market segmentation analysis, assessment of current market size, market forecasts and estimates of total addressable market. We will also provide overviews of key market players and our view on what is required to be successful in the next 4 years.
2016 Predictions For UK Energy Services Market: Regulatory Surprises, Acquisitions And Integrated Systems
This Verdantix webinar provides a detailed perspective on the key market events in the UK energy services market in 2016. You will learn about the major players in the market and how their strategies will evolve in the next 12 months. We will demonstrate how regulatory decisions will continue to impact the market and explain how integrated energy systems will continue to gain ground in the public and private sectors.
Energy Management Software Product Assessment: Industry Behemoths Begin To Take Control
This webinar will share research towards answering questions such as: What does the current energy management software supplier landscape look like? What factors are shaping the direction of the energy management software market over the next three years? How should corporates plan to use energy management software in the next three years? The webinar helps energy management software suppliers, investors and partners to plan marketing strategies and define sales strategies. The webinar will also help corporates to understand the market landscape and better understand how they should be using energy management software.
2016 Predictions For EH&S Information Management: Platforms, Mobile, Analytics And Acquisitions
This Verdantix webinar provides customers and vendors with insights into the EH&S software market in 2016. You will hear about the plans of multiple vendors to build out the EH&S platforms that many firms are seeking to buy, you will get insights into mobile apps that will be launched in 2016, you will hear about how recently launched analytics capabilities will improve value capture from EH&S software and you will hear the Verdantix view on how the market will consolidate.
Industrial Energy Management: Market Trends And Customer Priorities
This Verdantix webinar presents survey data from interviews with over 130 senior managers responsible for energy management in industrial facilities across North America. You will learn about the priorities for energy management at industrial facilities, the direction of budgets and the use of software and hardware to improve energy efficiency.
The Future Of The UK Energy Services Market (Webinar)
In today’s UK energy services market, established players are moving towards end-to-end energy solutions, while a host of new entrants are still trying to muscle in. Adding to the growing level of maturity in the UK energy services market was a new wave of M&A activity led by firms such as Accenture, Inprova, npower and Utilitywise which carried through into 2015. How will this exciting market continue to evolve as vendors and end users alike continue to mature in their energy management strategies?
This webinar provides you with a view of the 3 year evolution of the UK energy services market. We will leverage our recent interviews with UK budget holders, as well as market sizing and forecast data across seven segments of the energy services market. The analysis enables Heads of Strategy and Product Development within energy services firms to understand the hot segments to target and enhance go-to-market strategies.
Global Survey Data: EH&S Budgets & Priorities For 2016 (Webinar)
Where are the biggest growth opportunities in the global market for EH&S products and services? This webinar leverages data from 300 interviews conducted with heads of EH&S in 15 countries to pinpoint the key growth trends for 2016 across processes and industries. The data provides senior managers responsible for business planning, strategy, marketing and sales in environmental consultancies and EH&S software providers with the hard data you need to align your 2016 plans with the realities of market demand. The Verdantix global survey is the only source of detailed budget growth and spending priority data for corporations with more than $500m in annual revenues. Attend this webinar to access indispensable hard data to frame your business objectives for the next financial year and enhance your go-to-market strategy.