High-risk, asset-intensive organizations realize that they need better risk controls at the physical asset level to eliminate worker injuries and fatalities, avoid environmental accidents, reduce costly plant shutdowns, and continue to operate. As a result, operational risk management (ORM) software has become more prominent as a category of technology investment.
Watch our webinar featuring David Metcalfe, Verdantix CEO & Co-Founder, and learn more about the findings from the Green Quadrant Operational Risk Management Software 2019 report. The research provides insights into the strategies driving the ORM software market, compares the 17 most prominent ORM software vendors, and is supported by interviews with software users from high-risk industries and a survey of 211 operations decision-makers.
During this webinar, you will learn about:
- Customer drivers for a risk-centric view of EHS
- Highlights and results from the Verdantix research on the ORM software market
- The main ORM uses cases: Process Safety Management, Barrier Management, Control of Work
- The value of the combination of Enablon and eVision
- Adapting to a business landscape where EHS and ORM are intertwined
Green Quadrant Operational Risk Management Software 2019
This report provides a detailed comparison of the 17 most prominent ORM software vendors. It is based on the proprietary Verdantix Green Quadrant methodology, including interviews with software users from high-risk industries and a survey of 211 operations decision-makers.Verdantix
Software Benchmark : Process Safety Management
Digital technology plays an important role in operational risk management (ORM) strategies. Some companies invest in software to cover many industrial risk management usage scenarios, but other buyers are primarily interested in digitizing their approach to process safety management (PSM). To help firms meet PSM objectives, Verdantix provides a software benchmark that details and analyzes the PSM functionality and capabilities of 17 software vendors.Verdantix