Cority has incorporated the acquired intellectual property directly onto its core platform, now offering a single, multi-tenant, true SaaS platform for enterprises to manage its environmental, health, safety, and quality initiatives.
The company’s SaaS strategy provides an integrated, extensible platform where innovation is continuously and seamlessly delivered. This approach provides a range of business benefits, including low-risk deployments, extensive configurability without coding, purpose-built workflows, cloud economics, an extensive community of users, continuous enhancements, and frictionless upgrades.
“Following the acquisition of this best-of-breed tool, we hit the ground running to accelerate our next-gen Environmental Management roadmap,” said John Easton, VP Product Management, Cority. “However, we didn’t just glue two systems together or copy and paste functionality into Cority. We took a prescriptive approach to develop a leading-edge solution that leveraged the best from both systems, enhanced key features, and introduced innovations that take advantage of our integrated platform.”
“This is one of the largest endeavors we’ve undertaken in our 30+ year history, and I’m proud of our team for successfully achieving every milestone on or ahead of schedule,” said Stan Marsden, CTO. “Cority clients will now benefit from the most powerful, enterprise-grade and fully integrated SaaS solution available. And there is more to come.”
“The Environment, Health, Safety, and Quality business functions share many common objectives, challenges, and processes,” said Peter Bussey, Research Analyst, LNS Research. “Now that management system standards are harmonized across these disciplines, it’s an opportune time for business leaders to explore the potential value of integrating teams, processes and technologies to enable Connected EHSQ management with the promise of efficiency gains, reduced risk, and competitive advantage.”
“Cority’s enhanced Environmental solution has provided Central Arizona Project’s Environmental Team with the capability to be out in the field managing all types of waste streams, conducting audits and inspections from a mobile device, and the ability to gather the information needed to address compliance issues and concerns while onsite,” said Aaron Welch, Environmental Supervisor, Central Arizona Project. “I’m excited to see what new functionality will be coming in the near future.”