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Enablon: The Enablon Enterprise-Class Platform

This is a solid platform that is broad enough to collect metrics across a number of different areas relevant to environmentally minded organizations. It is quite robust and provides leading performance in the EHS and sustainability management system space.

The Enablon platform is an enterprise-class cloud-based solution for holistic environmental, health, and safety (EHS) risk and sustainability management. More than 1,000 global companies and 1 million users worldwide rely on Enablon, the company says. The platform has scalability, predictive analytics, mobile apps, and is part of a worldwide ecosystem of more than 80 content, technology, and service partners.

The software platform offers a way for organizations to be sustainable, compliant, efficient, and resilient. It enables nine value drivers, each composed of a suite of integrated applications that organizations can use to meet objectives such as safe operations, green facilities, brand protection, business efficiency, and materials for life.

Beyond collecting and managing energy and environmental metrics, creating dashboards and reports, the Enablon platform helps companies solve business challenges, provide measurable return on investment on initiatives designed to improve environmental performance and achieve energy efficiency, improve decision-making, and transform regulatory and business requirements into opportunities that create value.

The Enablon platform has helped leading firms achieve measurable benefits. Since deploying Enablon, the Danish brewing company Carlsberg achieved the several performance improvements in five years, reducing total energy use by 9%, reducing carbon dioxide emissions by 17%, and reducing water use by 3%.

Between 2007 and 2014, the global professional services company Accenture achieved a 42.5% carbon emissions reduction per employee. The company also used the Enablon platform to improve energy efficiency across 500 global locations. It helped determine the next place where smart meters or LED lights should be installed based on factors such as locations trending hotter, kilowatt consumption, and kilowatt hours per meter.