Actua Corp (NASDAQ:ACTA) recently added another feather to its cap through its subsidiary VelocityEHS. The Industrial Safety and Hygiene News (ISHN) awarded two top honors to VelocityEHS as part of its 2016 Readers’ Choice Awards.
Actua Corp’s VelocityEHS secured its first ISHN award in the EHS Management Software category. Readers of ISHN showed their satisfaction with VelocityEHS’s software platform that boasts a suite of simplified environment, health, safety (EHS) and sustainability solutions. With that, readers didn’t have any problems voting VelocityEHS as the best provider of EHS Management software.
The second award for Actua’s VelocityEHS came in the MSDS Management category. The award specifically recognized VelocityEHS’s solutions that include MSDSonline brand HQ.
Notes on the awards say that ISHN readers recognized the improvements that VelocityEHS recently made to its chemical management products. VelocityEHS added a new chemical labeling function in MSDS online through collaboration with Brady brand label printers. The functionality supports seamless sharing of safety data with first responders to better prepare them for emergencies at the site.
Additionally, Actua Corp’s VelocityEHS enhanced its chemical management platform through the release of mobile apps that support online and offline management of chemical inventory.
According to VelocityEHS, its products are designed to provide EHS professionals access to real-time and global view of operational risks. With that, they get the insights necessary to improve on the health, safety as well as environmental impacts of their business. Additionally the EHS professional become more aware of the kind of risks they can expect in the workplace environment.
According to officials of Actua Corp’s VelocityEHS, the ISHN awards go a long way to confirm the reason that more than 12,000 customers trust their solutions. VelocityEHS’s CEO, Glenn Trout, specifically noted that the awards speak much of their unique business model that is customer-centric by way of rolling out products that are cheaper to acquire and easy-to-use.