EBJ Vol XXVIII No 05 & 06: Environmental Information Management 2015

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The Instrument & Information Systems segment of the U.S. environmental industry was $6.34 billion in 2014 and grew 5%, but for providers of specialty environmental information systems, software and services, growth is expected to exceed 10% in 2015. EHS software vendors, IT firms, environmental consultants, energy management and accounting firms all compete in the dynamic market to provide information management solutions to corporations and government, and industry leaders and innovators are profiled in this special edition of EBJ. Results from the Environmental Business Journal Environmental Information Systems & Services Survey 2015 that size, break down and forecast the market in numerous dimensions are presented along with recent perspective and survey results from Verdantix, NAEM and Donley Technology.

Exhibits and data included in and with this issue are:

  • Growth in U.S. Environmental Information Systems & Services, 09-15
  • End-Users for Environmental Information Systems & Services in 2015
  • Principal Approach to Environmental Information in Potential Users
  • Verdantix' Three Phases of EH&S Software Market Development
  • Environmental Software & Information Service Companies in 2014
  • Client Growth Prospects in Environmental Information, 2015-2016
  • Category Growth in Environmental Information, 2015-2016
  • EHS Leaders Budgetary Control over EHS Software Purchase Decisions
  • Desired Capabilities in EHS Software for Returning Buyers
  • Comparison of Business Objectives: First-time vs. Returning Buyers of EHS Software
  • The 2014 Instruments & Information Segment of the U.S. Environmental Industry ($bil)
  • Growth in Spending on EHS Technology Services 2015-2020
  • North American EHS Services Drivers
  • Environmental Information Software by Media in 2015
  • Environmental Information by Process or Application in 2015
  • Comparison of EHS System Type Sought by Size of Customer

Table of Contents

01.Environmental Information Market Review: Growth hits double digits in 2015 as new factors converge to open up industrial markets for environmental software.pg 1-6

02.Environmental consulting firms are key to more complex, enterprise-level EHS software deployments; CH2M, ERM and ramboll-ENVIRON chime in and AECOM details its information practice.pg 8-17

03.Water management software comes to prominence as providers follow demand into resource management platforms: Views from Locus, WaterSmart and WegoWise.pg 18-21

04.Company Profiles: OmniEarth’s first focus is water resources, Aquatic Informatics moves into new markets; ProcessMAP takes EH&S systems to a new level, Intelex stays connected to quality as key for its management tools, Enviance aims to grow after deal with Battery Ventures, Dakota Software adds proactive approach to audit package, CR360 integrates EHS and sustainability, UL takes on The Wercs; Geotech patient in long-term market, WaterSmart looks out for your GPD.pg 22-35

 

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