eVision is regularly included in studies done by leading industry consultancy and specialist firms. Read some of the highlights below for more insight into how eVision provides the leading Operational Risk Management Platform worldwide.
Over the past decade, eVision has made waves throughout hazardous industries by providing world-class Operational Excellence solutions, which have changed the way companies operate on a global scale. This has not gone unnoticed.
Major (specialist) consulting firms have shown interest in eVision’s unique proposition and strong market position, which has led to eVision’s inclusion in several leading reports. Below, you can read browse this research, and learn more about how eVision is adapting to the requirements of a changing world.
In its 2019 Green Quadrant Operational Risk Management Software 2019, independent research firm Verdantix recognizes both eVision Industry Software and Enablon as leaders across a broad set of critical factors. Access the report here.
Deloitte: “eVision is going through an expansionary phase driven by success in both cross-industry expansion and delivering enterprise-level global-scale implementations… Deloitte previously identified eVision as one of the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 growing companies in The Netherlands in 2016. It is with great anticipation we continue to watch them and this segment of the COW market into the future.”
Read the comprehensive Control of Work vendor assessment here (PDF).
This case study by independent research and consulting firm Verdantix discusses how eVision’s ONE Vision platform addresses four distinct operational and safety customer requirements, pushes the boundaries of process safety excellence, and why it should be shortlisted for operational risk improvement and transformation projects.
Find the full report here (PDF).
Predictive risk mitigation has long been the holy grail of hazardous industries solutions development. The ability to mitigate the possibility of dangerous situations occurring is the clearest, yet most complicated step towards Vision Zero, and optimal safe production. eVision had already been tackling this challenge, but since being awarded the H2020-SME instrument phase 2 grant in 2014, this process has been put into high gear, leading to achievements that would have been impossible without H2020.
Read about some of these collaborative achievements here.