In the next few years, an opportunity exists to make significant advances in how we monitor and manage environmental emissions to the air, soil, and water, potentially resulting in significant disruptions in current approaches.
You can turbocharge your water data management by including a geographical information system (GIS) in your toolkit! Your data analysis efficiency also gets a huge boost if your data management system includes a GIS system “out of the box” because you won’t have to manually transfer data to your GIS. All your data is seamlessly available in both systems.
Do you currently use a system of Excel spreadsheets to store your environmental data? It may be time to consider a more mature tool to manage and store your environmental data. In this 4-part blog series, we’ll explore in detail each of the 12 key areas where cloud-based environmental databases excel over home-grown spreadsheets.
It is not about features and functionalities that exist in existing EHS applications, but it is about how easy it is to add, build, or configure features, functionalities, or whole new applications that may not be present today using non-developers. It is about the flexibility of the platform not about the rigidity of applications.