With digital transformation top of mind in the C-suite, you’re probably looking to replace existing systems or buy new or additional software solutions. This task can seem overwhelming thanks to a multitude of offerings to evaluate and fancy buzzwords to learn. Plus, with so many options on the market, they all start to look and sound the same. Join Cority’s experts as they help you understand and navigate the uncharted waters of buying environmental, health, and safety software by outlining how to define your requirements, avoid common pitfalls and ensure success.
You will learn:
Pamala Bobbitt, Vice President of Product Marketing, Cority
Pamala is in charge of driving the go-to-market strategy and product vision for Cority’s unified true Software as a Service (SaaS) platform. She began her career as a field chemist specializing in hazardous waste management before becoming an EHS manager for a leading automotive supplier. After spending 15-plus years as an EHS professional in progressive roles across the pharmaceutical, chemical and automotive industries, she leveraged her deep regulatory compliance expertise and passion for technology and entered the EHS software industry. Pamala has more than a decade of industry experience working with prominent EHS software vendors, helping enterprises map complex business processes into successful technology programs that drive measurable outcomes.
Will Reid, Senior Director, Enterprise Solutions, Cority
Will has more than 22 years of experience providing advisory services in environmental, health, safety, and quality (EHSQ) information management with leading global software providers. As senior director of enterprise solutions, he assists clients with corporate sustainability initiatives, EHSQ data management programs, and designing solutions that incorporate evergreen regulatory content and audit processes. Before to joining Cority, Will was a partner at ERM, where he developed project business cases, strategy assessments, long-term management plans for corporate EHSQ programs and comprehensive plans for the implementation of enterprise management information systems in several industry sectors.
Alan Ferguson, Associate Editor, Safety+Health magazine.
Alan covers worker safety for Safety+Health.