Dakota Software Recognized as an Innovator in the 2019 EHS Software Green Quadrant
April 17, 2019 - Dakota Software has announced today that it was recognized for its strengths in the areas of Environmental, Health, and Safety (EHS) Audit and inspection, Air emissions, and Water and waste water management by Verdantix, an independent research firm.
The Green Quadrant report, which provides a detailed, fact-based comparison of the most prominent EHS software vendors, states “Unlike many of its competitors, Dakota develops its US-focused regulatory content in-house.” It continues, “[Their] compliance management platform helps clients identify applicable regulations, maintain accurate site-specific compliance profiles, and plan and verify compliance activities against those requirements”.
Dakota received high marks in the following categories:
- Continuous Innovation: 2.5 / 3.0
- Audit and Inspection: 2.4 / 3.0
- Water and Waste Water: 2.3 / 3.0
- Deployment: 2.3 / 3.0
- Business Intelligence: 2.1 / 3.0
- Air Emissions: 2.0 / 3.0
The report concludes that, due to Dakota’s “Robust US-Centric EHS Regulatory Content, Software, and Services… Verdantix recommends that North American firms heavily focused on compliance management for environment, health and safety topics consider Dakota Software.”
“We are pleased to be recognized as an EHS Software Innovator by Verdantix,” said Reg Shiverick, President of Dakota Software. “The 2017 Green Quadrant recognized Dakota for having a ‘bulletproof’ compliance solution'. The results of the 2019 report demonstrates our growth as a full-service EHS management solution and correctly identifies us as a top performer in many of the key areas of environmental management.”
The full 2019 EHS Software report is available from Verdantix.
About Dakota Software
For more than 30 years, Dakota Software’s solutions have been used by EHS professionals to proactively ensure compliance and improve overall EHS performance. Its ProActivity Suite is the only software solution that includes a library of translated regulatory content.