Finding the Best EHS Solution for Your Business: 10 Questions for Buying EHS Compliance Software

Many organizations are discovering that EHS regulations are becoming increasingly complex. Businesses that operate in a global environment must contend with regulations that are unique to every jurisdiction. The regulations for each jurisdiction can be extremely complex, and when those requirements are added to the requirements for all the other jurisdictions in which the business operates, EHS compliance can become overwhelming and almost impossible to manage.

Environmental compliance solutions can be the solution to navigating this overwhelming complexity. They can help organizations keep track of the regulations in different jurisdictions, organize their data, and make fact-based decisions that fulfill their compliance obligations without burning through both human and financial resources.

But once an organization has decided to implement an environmental compliance solution, where should they start? What are some of the questions they should ask? In a new webinar, Intelex Global Compliance Content Lead Jessica Sarnowski identifies 10 questions every Read more...

6 Ways the Wrong Software Vendor Can Cost You

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Selecting the right software and software vendor can be a challenging task.

The right software can help streamline your projects, keep your workforce safer, lower your negative environmental impact and empower your organization. On the other hand, the wrong software can impede your workforce and ultimately prevent you from delivering a quality product or service to your customers.

On average, bad software costs the U.S economy over $60 Billion annually.

We’ve outlined six ways selecting the wrong software vendor can cost you:

1. Business Disruption

Selecting, purchasing and implementing new software requires a great deal of time and often involves many people from across the organization. Poorly executed implementations can impact the productivity of key project stakeholders by diverting their attention from their primary responsibilities, impacting project timelines and regular operations.

Rather than improving efficiency, software that does not meet requirements may force your users to consider additional software … Read more...