Market Insight: 10 Predictions For EHS Technology In 2024 And Beyond

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Executive Summary

This report is one in a series that explores key trends expected to influence the EHS technology market in 2024 and beyond. These predictions have been formulated by considering data from a variety of sources and across a range of areas, such as technology vendor conversations and product roadmaps, insights into the evolving role and responsibility of EHS functions, EHS technology innovation and market trends, macroeconomic influences, EHS regulatory change developments, and existing Verdantix research and deep domain expertise. Corporate EHS executives and technology vendor product development teams should use this report to anticipate changes in the EHS market and to inform long-term strategies.

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10 predictions for EHS technology in 2024 and beyond

About the authors

Christopher Sayers

Senior Analyst
Chris is a Senior Analyst in the Verdantix EHS practice. His current research agenda focuses on EHS software, product compliance software and digital mental health and wellbeing solutions. He was also the lead author of the most recent Verdantix EHS Software Green Quadrant benchmarking study. Chris joined Verdantix in 2020 and has previous experience at EY, where he specialized in robotic process automation (RPA). He holds an MEng in Engineering Science from the University of Oxford, with a concentration on machine learning and machine vision.

Bill Pennington

VP Research, EHS & Risk Management
Bill is the VP Research for the Verdantix EHS & Risk Management practices. His current agenda focuses on understanding the evolution of EHS and enterprise risk management, evaluating emerging strategic risks and benchmarking technology buyers’ budgets, priorities and preferences globally.

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