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forthcoming webinars
1 March 2018

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.

8 March 2018

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.