On Tuesday, 25 July 2017, IsoMetrix announced its recognition as an Innovator in the Verdantix Green Quadrant EHS Software 2017 Report. This is a marked improvement on the 2016 report in which the South Africa-based GRC software company was recognized as a Challenger.
“We are delighted to be recognized as an Innovator by Verdantix,” says Paul Marketos, Marketing Director at IsoMetrix. “It acknowledges the phenomenal international growth we have taken in the past 12 months and the unique value we bring to our customers.”
The Verdantix Green Quadrant provides is a detailed, fact-based benchmarking of the 20 most prominent EHS software vendors. The report is based on analysis of product demonstrations, vendor questionnaires, interviews with customers and a survey of 301 EHS decision makers.
The report highlights IsoMetrix’s capability for risk management in all contexts; as an EHS software application that meets broader GRC needs, and as a GRC software application that specializes in EHS.
In particular, the report commends IsoMetrix for its all-encompassing sustainability management, including social sustainability, making it ideal for organizations with a significant physical and social impact.
IsoMetrix develops, deploys and maintains comprehensive, enterprise-level Risk Management software solutions. IsoMetrix software solutions are agile and fully customizable, able to build solutions that perfectly fit an organization’s processes. The software is user-centric, with simple and customisable interfaces to ensure maximum workforce engagement.
IsoMetrix has fully integrated solutions for Health, Safety, Environment, and Quality; Enterprise Risk and Compliance; as well as Environmental and Social Sustainability.
IsoMetrix boasts offices in Johannesburg, Atlanta, Toronto, Melbourne, and Perth, with implementation partners on four continents.
Enterprise-scale product architecture. The study only considered applications designed to scale up to multi-country, multi-site deployments for an enterprise with more than $1 billion in annual revenues. All suppliers provided evidence of at least one customer implementation with more than 1000 users in at least 10 countries.