MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., 8 February 2018 — Locus Technologies, a leading provider of multi-tenant, SaaS-based EHS software, was awarded its 12th consecutive award by Environmental Business Journal (EBJ) for growth and innovation in the field of Information Technology. EBJ is a business research publication providing high-value strategic business intelligence to the environmental industry. Locus received the award for reporting record sales of its multi-tenant, SaaS-based EHS software as an independent company, while most of its competitors were bought out, merged, or disappeared.
In 2017, Locus launched a SaaS financial management application on Locus Platform for Honeywell International, a long-term customer of their Locus EIM and ePortal products. The app will help Honeywell to better manage their environmental liability risk management and purchase orders associated with environmental projects. Locus also released an upgraded Sustainability app for Locus Platform, which allows XML submission to multiple climate programs and tracking/reporting of sustainability indicators.
Locus’ products are evolving to support the future of EHS software, which will inevitably comprise AI, IoT, and virtual reality applications. The company intends to revolutionize the way its EHS software is automating compliance and sustainability at the enterprise level.
“We are honored to receive the EBJ Information Technology award once again, and we shall continue to build robust solutions in the emerging space of cloud and mobile-based environmental information management and EHS compliance,” said Wes Hawthorne, President of Locus Technologies.
Along with Locus Platform, Locus’ flagship Environmental Information Management (EIM) software service continues to grow with new customers in the mining, water utilities, water engineering, and US DOE environmental surveillance sectors.
ABOUT LOCUS TECHNOLOGIES
Locus Technologies pioneered multi-tenant cloud computing for EHS in 1997, establishing the first company dedicated to delivering EHS software over the internet. Today, it provides a suite of enterprise cloud-based software for EHS compliance, water and air quality management, greenhouse gases, waste, sustainability, and environmental content. Public and private companies, such as Chevron, Honeywell, DuPont, and many DOE sites, rely on Locus SaaS to manage their EHS compliance.