South Africa based firm gains recognition as one of world’s top solutions for EH&S
Johannesburg – IsoMetrix announced today that it has been recognized as a Challenger in Verdantix’s Green Quadrant for EH&S Software.
The report highlighted the configurability of IsoMetrix as a key strength, as it enables its customers to develop process-specific applications for its customers.
The report also identifies incident and safety management as key strengths, along with its market penetration of the mining sector, particularly in Africa. A further, significant, differentiator is the range of modules IsoMetrix offers for social management.
“We are extremely pleased to have been recognised as a Challenger by Verdantix,” says Paul Marketos, Sales and Marketing Director. “This affirms the fact that our customers are choosing our technology for the quality of fit we can offer – moulding our software to our customers’ specific processes and methodologies. We are gaining strong momentum internationally, and look forward to the challenge of making IsoMetrix a global brand.”
IsoMetrix has been experiencing rapid growth in the five years since the launch of its latest, ultra-agile version of its software. The agility has not only allowed the company to provide its customers a high quality of fit, but has also enabled the rapid development of functionality across a wide range of disciplines within Governance Risk and Compliance, from Environmental and Safety Management to Occupational Health and Hygiene, Environmental and Social Sustainability and Enterprise Risk Management.
IsoMetrix has offices in Johannesburg, Toronto and Perth, Australia, enabling it to provide support across all time zones for global roll-outs.
About the Report: The report provides a detailed fact-based comparison of the 22 most prominent EH&S software suppliers globally. Based on proprietary Verdantix Green Quadrant methodology, the analysis combines benchmark data from two-hour live product demonstrations, responses to a 185-point questionnaire and interviews with an independent panel of 15 customers across eight industries who have bought, or are planning to buy, EH&S software.
The 22 software suppliers included in this study were chosen because their applications have: