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Alcumus Named in All Categories in Independent Research Firm’s New Buyer’s Guide for Control of Work Software

Recognised by independent research and advisory firm for its “Out-of-the-box capabilities that provide fast return on investment.,” Alcumus demonstrates full breadth of capability and market momentum

Independent research and advisory firm Verdantix have released its buyer’s guide for ‘Control of Work Software’ 2021, which provides an up-to-date analysis of the most prominent software suppliers available in the market today.

The report, renowned for its expert insights, provides those who are responsible for the selection, implementation and management of commercial control of work software solutions, based on 13 software suppliers that include Alcumus.

92% of Executives surveyed stated that safe operations were a moderate or high priority for their firm to improve over the next two years.  With demand increasing dramatically, operations and safety leaders are looking for digital solutions that can solve high-impact problems like permit to work, isolation management and job hazard analysis.

With advances in high tech digital innovation, organisations are looking to gain the most from IoT integrations, 3D visualisation of permit information and remote assistance via augmented reality and are moving toward commercial grade solutions. Using Control of Work software can help them to efficiently manage and control the risk of using third party workers across multiple sites and make sure that the right precautions are in place to reduce workplace dangers.

In the published report, this software benchmark provides a detailed analysis of functionality used to meet control of work objectives. Alcumus covers the entire spectrum of Control of Work capabilities and uniquely offers a suite of solutions for EHS as well as contractor safety management and ISO certification designed to provide:

  • Modules with a mobile-first approach.
  • Functionality suited for clients to manage contractors.
  • Out-of-the-box capabilities to provide fast return on investment.
  • A low code configuration environment, which customers are able to adapt and refine.

One of the key drivers for implementing control of work applications has been to help increase work efficiency as well as improve worker safety. According to Verdantix Analyst, Joe Osborne, “Businesses that have adopted control of work software experience benefits in two areas. Control of Work software applications are not only improving safety KPIs but also increasing operational efficiency.”

Rhys David, Chief Technology Officer at Alcumus said:

“Our customers are demanding more from our technology, they want the efficiency gains with enhanced productivity and data insights. We’re really excited to see how easily customers are adopting our solutions now, and how much the data is transforming their operations.”

“The Control of Work software application market is highly competitive and dynamic,” commented Joe Osborne. “Alcumus has been highly acquisitive and are disruptive in this market. Integrating apps into their low code configuration environment, customers are able to adapt and refine the solution according to their needs.”