LONDON – March 21, 2018 – Walmart Inc. (NYSE: WMT) was one of eleven industry leaders recognized with the 2018 International Health, Safety, and Environment (HSE) Innovation Awards. The award, conferred by independent research firm Verdantix, was accepted by Walmart at the Verdantix Summit last week in London.
Walmart won the consumer products and retail category for its big data environmental compliance project implemented across 7,000 sites. Walmart partnered with Enviance to create a software solution that not only captures Walmart’s large environmental data sets but also utilizes that data to build better programs through efficiency and clarity.
“Walmart, as a global leader, is committed to reducing their environmental impacts. Enviance is proud to be part of that process,” said Amy Stelling, CEO of Enviance.
“We’re excited to work with Walmart to continue to find new ways to use technology and drive business value in EHS,” added Kate Candillo, Enviance's Senior Director of Customer Success.
The Verdantix HSE Innovation Awards recognize organizations which have implemented innovative HSE technologies. The winners are selected by an independent panel of judges who are heads of HSE initiatives at leading international firms.
“With 86 award nominations this year, the 11 winners have proven their superior focus on HSE technology and innovation. By sharing their successful project plans and achievements, the award winners will help other organizations to enhance their own HSE performance” commented David Metcalfe, CEO at Verdantix.
Based in Carlsbad, California, Enviance is a leader in Environmental, Health, and Safety (EHS) software solutions, using a powerful SaaS approach to deliver its platform online in real-time—anywhere, anytime, and enterprise-wide. Deployed by some of the world’s leading corporations and governments, the Enviance platform enables organizations to better measure, manage, and report mission-critical EHS data. As a global community, Enviance users number more than 750,000 worldwide at 500+ global organizations, including half of the Top 10 in the Fortune 100.