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Gartner Recognizes Enablon as a Leader in Environmental, Health & Safety Management Systems

Evaluation Based on Completeness of Vision and Ability to Execute

CHICAGO, IL and PARIS, FRANCE -- (Marketwired) -- 05/12/14 -- Enablon, the world's leading provider of Sustainability, EH&S and Operational Risk Management Software, announced it has been positioned by Gartner, Inc. in the Leaders Quadrant of the "Magic Quadrant Environmental, Health and Safety Management Systems(1)" report. Fourteen companies are assessed in the report based on their "Completeness of Vision" and "Ability to Execute" and Enablon is positioned among the leaders in the evaluation.

According to the report, given the increasing complexity of regulations, growing consumer awareness of sustainability issues and the corporate drive to improve compliance efficiency, there has been a significant increase in spending on commercial EH&S software in the past five years.

"It is a common belief to assume that Sustainability is only about Corporate Responsibility. Sustainability is much more than that. It is not just about how organizations manage environmental & social performance, and how they communicate to stakeholders. It is also about achieving superior and sustainable business performance by optimizing the use of resources and reducing operational risks," said Phil Tesler, Enablon co-founder and CEO North America. "Companies that understand the value of Sustainability will be those that succeed in today's world, and at Enablon, we know that technology can be a game-changer. This belief drives all our activities and the work we do with organisations all over the world. We're very happy to see one of the leading information technology analyst firms recognize Enablon as a leader in the environmental, health and safety software industry," he added.

The Enablon Platform: A Comprehensive & Holistic Solution to Meet Evolving EH&S Needs

Enablon offers a unique and holistic platform for end-to-end sustainability with solutions to manage environmental performance, maintain regulatory compliance, reduce costs and streamline business processes. The Enablon Platform is an industry-leading platform, enabling automated and real-time data collection and consolidation, reporting automation, and enterprise-wide information-sharing. The Enablon EHS Suite is composed of the following core applications:

  • Corporate Responsibility & Responsible Supply Chain
  • Quality, Environment, Health & Safety Performance
  • Air, Water, Waste and Chemicals Management
  • Regulatory Compliance & Audit Management
  • Carbon & Energy Management
  • Incident & Risk Prevention
  • Product Stewardship

Click here to access the report: http://bit.ly/1g2FtX3

About the Magic Quadrant
Gartner does not endorse any vendor, product or service depicted in its research publications, and does not advise technology users to select only those vendors with the highest ratings. Gartner research publications consist of the opinions of Gartner's research organization and should not be construed as statements of fact. Gartner disclaims all warranties, expressed or implied, with respect to this research, including any warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose.

About Enablon
Enablon is the world's leading provider of Sustainability, EHS and Risk Management solutions. More than 1,000 global companies and 1 million users worldwide use Enablon software solutions to manage environmental and social performance, minimize risks and improve profitability. Enablon provides on-premises and SaaS solutions and an advanced online sustainability network called Wizness. Through its partnership network, Enablon operates in more than 160 countries.

More information: www.enablon.com

(1)Gartner "Magic Quadrant for Environmental, Health and Safety Systems," Leif Eriksen, May 6, 2014

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Coline Vaillant
Enablon Corporate Communications
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