As business requirements, EHS&S processes, and technology tools continue to evolve, software systems need frequent modifications and updates to keep up with all the changes.
Given these sizeable investments of time and resources, you want to ensure they are well spent. That’s why NAEM has compiled this guide, which distills the observations, recommendations, and “lessons learned” from in-depth interviews with EHS&S professionals and implementation partners into six steps that will help you start —and stay—on the right track as you introduce an EHS&S application that can deliver tangible benefits to your organization.
Based on in-depth interviews with corporate EHS&S professionals and implementation partners, who have decades of experience deploying software systems on a global scale, this report, supported by quantitative NAEM EMIS data, provides the insights you need to improve your implementation process.
This report will help you answer the following questions:
- How to set key priorities
- What is the best strategy to avoid ‘over design’
- When should the new system be tested and introduced to users
- How do I sell the value of the new system
Implementation Success is a Team Sport
Successful implementations build a team-focused philosophy into their playbook by addressing people, process and technology as a whole. Think of your successful EHS MIS Implementation as team sport. Engage the right players with the right skills in the right positions and you will have a winning combination.Tenneco, Enablon & E2 ManageTech
Green Quadrant EHS Software 2019
This report provides a detailed comparison of the 23 most prominent EHS software vendors. It is based on the proprietary Verdantix Green Quadrant methodology, including three-hour live product demonstrations with pre-set scenarios as well as vendor responses to a 383 point questionnaire.Verdantix
Launch Your EHS Software Journey to the Next Level: Lessons from J.M. Huber & Arcadis
In this webinar, you will learn tips and best practices from J.M. Huber, a company with a portfolio covering a diverse range of consumer and industrial items, and Arcadis, a global design, engineering and management consulting company.J.M. Huber & Arcadis & Enablon