London – March 23, 2021. The EHS software market will reach $2.5 billion in 2026 according to a new study from independent research firm Verdantix. The forecasted compound annual growth rate of 11.5% will be driven by the increasing digitization of EHS processes and the expansion of EHS software capabilities to include environmental, social and governance (ESG), sustainability risk management, and operational risk management (ORM), via acquisitions and private equity investment. Vendors positioned to benefit from this growth include EHS software firms such as Benchmark Digital, CGE Risk, ComplianceQuest, Enablon, Ideagen, IsoMetrix, Quentic, and Sphera.
London, January 26, 2021. Thirteen vendors – Alcumus, Benchmark Digital, Cority, EcoOnline, Enablon, Intelex, IsoMetrix, ProcessMAP, Quentic, SAI Global, Sphera, UL, and VelocityEHS – lead the market for environment, health and safety (EHS) software reflecting the highly competitive market environment. Using its proprietary Green Quadrant methodology, independent research firm Verdantix assessed the capabilities of 22 EHS software providers on their ability to meet customer demands to manage risks and improve business performance across EHS impact areas.
London – December 21, 2020.The digital EHS services market will reach $3.2 billion in 2025 according to a new study from independent research firm Verdantix. The forecasted compound annual growth rate of 6% will be driven by the consistent enhancement of EHS software as well as the accelerated adoption of new EHS technologies as the EHS function continues to digitize in response to COVID-19 challenges. Vendors positioned to benefit from this growth include EHS service firms such as AECOM, Arcadis, DuPont Sustainable Solutions (DSS), Jacobs, and WSP and EHS consulting or specialist firms such as Accenture, Capgemini, Deloitte, ERM, GHD Group, and Tetra Tech.
London, October 27, 2020. Five vendors – AECOM, Arcadis, ERM, Golder and Jacobs – lead the market for Digital EHS Services. Using its proprietary Green Quadrant methodology, independent research firm Verdantix compared 9 digital EHS service providers on 82 criteria and assessed their level of success across 19 unique service lines covering both digitally-enabled EHS services and technology implementation services. In addition to the five leaders, the study includes DSS, Langan, Ramboll and Trinity Consultants who all met the criteria for digital enablement. The analysis is informed by interviews with 301 decision makers in environment, health, and safety roles.
EHS Service firms are increasingly adopting digital technology to enhance their service lines and support firms in technology implementation.
Securing funding for technology-enabled EHS improvement initiatives never gets easier. EHS and Operations leaders must use a strategic approach to align the EHS initiative with organisational objectives.
Over the last two decades, the product landscape for EHS information management has shifted dramatically from compliance management systems, such as for incident logs and permits management, to workflow-based connected platforms for enterprise EHS management. While EHS software plays a significant role in this digitization, our research has also identified more than 20 different EHS technologies in the R&D, launch or growth phases of development.
This webinar provides insight into the role digital technology can play in supporting worker mental health and wellbeing.
With 72% of EHS decision-makers predicting they will use EHS mobile apps at all or multiple facilities during this year, EHS mobile apps are the second most commonly used EHS solution. Offering a diverse array of functionality, the popularity of this technology is clear.
This webinar provides insight into the evolution of IH/OH software and new and exciting innovations. We will look at how a firm can leverage its IH/OH software in protecting workers from COVID-19 exposure and how the current pandemic has shaped the IH/OH software market.
This webinar provides a look into the new normal of EHS in a post COVID-19 world. Attendees will learn how the role responsibilities and expectations will change, new technologies to support managers and best practice strategies and planning to support returning to work.