EHS Software Problem #3 – There are Still Manual Processes

In our work with companies implementing or changing their EHS Software, we often hear this quote or a variation of it: “We have millions of dollars invested in EHS Software, but so much of our data about incidents is still in spreadsheets and email attachments” Here is the typical scenario: A company invests millions of dollars in an EHS software package. This includes license fees, training, setup, configuration and change management. A lot of time and effort were invested by employees and high priced consultants. Rollout and adoption were a bit rocky. Now you have had the system in place [...]