Envirosuite and SGS enter into strategic alliance partnership agreement
Envirosuite and SGS have entered into a strategic alliance partnership agreement for global business development of joint market opportunities.
Under the agreement, the two companies will work together to develop bundled services that combine SGS’s testing, inspection and certification services with Envirosuite’s ‘EVS Omnis’ environmental intelligence platform. The bundled services will be designed to provide complete compliance and operational optimisation solutions for companies in a range of sectors globally, including the mining, heavy industrial and oil & gas sectors.
Headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland, SGS employs 96,000 people across a network of 2700 offices and laboratories globally. Combining SGS’s services with Envirosuite’s EVS Omnis platform will allow users to manage their compliance requirements while monitoring, modelling and predicting their site’s environmental impacts to make better-informed operating decisions and preserve critical community relationships.
The agreement aims to benefit both parties with greater market access, and leverages both parties’ technologies and respective expertise to achieve strategic growth objectives globally.
Frankie Ng, SGS CEO said: “The partnership with Envirosuite is consistent with SGS’s vision to enable a better, safer and more interconnected world. To make better use of the data we generate every day in the field or in our laboratories, SGS is pursuing a data enablement strategy across its business lines. In this sense, the partnership with Envirosuite is an important milestone for environmental compliance at industrial sites and infrastructure projects.”
Jason Cooper, Envirosuite CEO said: “We are excited to partner with SGS, a leading and globally recognised organisation, to expand our opportunities especially in the mining, heavy industrial and oil & gas sectors. We expect that this collaborative relationship will produce combined solutions that will deliver even greater value to our customers, and we look forward to seeing this strategic alliance accelerate revenue growth for both companies.”
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