EHS Managers: Come to Our Free “Building the Business Case for EHS Software” Workshop!

You may have heard of the powerful changes EHS Management software is bringing to all kinds of organizations. You may have heard how it’s saved lives, money and reduced insurance premiums, but some things that don’t get the attention they deserve are process automation, workforce engagement and freedom from disparate data sources, to name a few.

As an EHS professional, you already know the impact this software can have on an organization. But getting alignment and convincing executive decision-makers can be tricky. What else should you include in your business case to fast-track their approval? You’ll find out at our workshop!

Why should I attend?

Coming out to a workshop with like-minded professionals and experts in the EHS space offers you a unique advantage. We partnered with Microsoft and Arcadis to design a workshop that helps you:

  • Gain influencer consensus
  • Circumvent objections with a readiness assessment
  • Leverage compelling data to
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Intelex cruise was a big splash!

Over the weekend Intelex employees had a chance to cruise the open water of Lake Ontario aboard the Northern Spirit  for an evening of good food, amazing views, eclectic dancing and lots of laughs. This was the Intelex team building event of the summer and it did not disappoint.

Some highlights of the night included an appearance from Intelex’s very own Captain Japes (seen below), an epic dance-off between Intelex Sales Team Lead Steve Buffett and Everyone, and a special rendition of Maroon 5’s Moves Like Jagger song, otherwise known as Moves Like Phyper, affectionately named after John Phyper, our EVP of Sales, Marketing and Alliances.

 

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Intelex’s 2011 User Conference our biggest, boldest yet

The 2011 Intelex User Conference wrapped up this past Friday, and guests and Intelexians alike had a blast. Three days of roundtables, training sessions, new product talks and more were punctuated by a great evening out at The Boiler House in Toronto’s historic distillery district and a striking performance by A2D2, an aerial dance troupe.

As a new twist this year, attendees were also invited to participate in the discussion and provide insights and feedback on the event in real time through the #intelex2011 Twitter hashtag.

Virgin Atlantic’s Jonathan Jasper (affectionately known as JJ) provided the keynote address at the event, discussing how he leverages the Intelex system – most notably, through the use of configurable iForms – to manage safety-related information and mitigate safety incidents and associated costs. I could go on, but IT World Canada’s Dave Webb did a much better job in his article on JJ’s talk and the … Read more...