At Dakota, we pride ourselves on being part of the solution and we're thrilled to hear from clients when we've helped them accomplish their goals. Here is what some of them are saying.
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Bay Valley Foods replaces their paper-based compliance calendar with Dakota Software's automated EHS compliance tools.
“Being able to visualize all of our tasks in one place is really important. The calendar also gives us a great overview of what compliance items have recently been completed and what is coming due.”
“In each of our internal EHS baseline audits using Dakota, we identified at least one specific regulation that neither the audit team nor the facility staff had previously recognized as applicable.”
Dakota's proactive compliance solutions have helped Veolia remain committed to its corporate sustainability policy of "People, Planet and Performance."
Our corporate team recently conducted a three day audit at our facility in China. Dakota's mobile auditing platform allowed us to take the audit offline and complete it without relying on an internet connection. We couldn't have completed the audit without it.
“Without Dakota, it would be difficult to ensure all of our bases are covered. We went from having an archaic, static, and incomplete compilation of information to an easy to use, dynamic, standardized system that allows for full visibility of all sites at all times.”
"Having all our requirements in one location is wonderful and has been such a time saver."
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