Intelex Technologies, ULC, global provider of SaaS-based environmental, health, safety, and quality (EHSQ) management software, today announced it has been recognised as a leader by independent analyst firm Verdantix in its Green Quadrant: EHS Software 2023 report. Intelex has maintained its status as a leader in the Green Quadrant: EHS Software report since the report’s inception in 2015.
In the benchmark report comparing prominent EHSQ software providers, Verdantix highlighted Intelex’s focused EHSQ offering with its capability of deploying connected digital ecosystems across multiple customer types. The analyst firm distinguished Intelex for its strength in safety management and exceptional performance for audits and inspections and incident management, demonstrating the company’s “core competencies within the ‘S’ pillar of EHS.” Further points of differentiation cited in the independent research were Intelex’s holistic approach to EHSQ, including ESG and sustainability management capabilities and quality management competencies.
“Safety management has, and will continue to be, a top priority area for EHS decision makers,”
said Christopher Sayers, industry analyst, Verdantix EHS practice. “As the market reaches maturity, providers are turning to emerging technologies as a point of differentiation, resulting in a series of benefits for users, namely time savings, data quality improvements, and increased EHS data streams.”
In its selection advice for buyers, the report recommends that Intelex be shortlisted by enterprise and mid-market firms needing a configurable EHSQ management system, as well as organisations in medium- to high-risk industries seeking to strengthen their IoT ecosystems. The Verdantix report emphasises the significance of the Intelex solution to customer organisations based in and beyond North America – covering countries in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA), the Gulf States, and the Asia-Pacific (APAC) regions with its 28 language out-of-the box functionality.
Brian Ice, Chief Product & Engineering Officer, Intelex, said: “Organisations are becoming increasingly proactive with regards to safety management and require innovative solutions that allow EHS decision makers to address risks in real time and establish adequate risk barriers.”
“As the ESG regulatory landscape is set to become more stringent and applicability of environmental reporting broader, customers will increasingly look to combine ESG functionality alongside EHS. As this demand continues to rise, Intelex’s holistic approach offers a best-in-class solution to the management of environmental, health and safety, quality, and operational risk.”