Medgate and ERSME Partner to Deliver EHS Software Solutions in Saudi Arabia
(M2 PressWIRE Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Global EHS software provider Medgate Inc. has partnered with management consulting firm ERSME to deliver software solutions in Saudi Arabia. As a Medgate representative, ERSME will be responsible for both the sale and implementation of Medgate's EHS software in the region.
Medgate Inc., the leading global provider of enterprise Environment, Health, and Safety (EHS) software, has announced a new partnership with Easy Risk Solutions Middle East (ERSME), a management consulting firm specialising in the areas of Enterprise Risk Management, Management Software, Information Systems and Project Management.
As Medgate's representative in Saudi Arabia, ERSME will be both selling Medgate's software and providing the implementation services required by customers.
"As the profile of EHS continues to grow in Saudi Arabia, companies here require solutions that not only support regulatory compliance but drive improvements in EHS performance;" comments Troy O'Connor, Managing Director of ERSME. "Medgate's software fulfills functional requirements and, most importantly, empowers organisations to make informed EHS decisions. It's the choice of many of the world's leading companies and we're excited to bring it to Saudi Arabia."
"The Medgate-ERSME partnership will be a great asset to companies operating in Saudi Arabia" states Mike Jackson, Senior Director of Global Sales for Medgate. "Medgate's robust software and ERSME's EHS and regional expertise are a powerful combination for organisations focused on EHS improvements. We are pleased to have ERSME represent us and we look forward to working together."
Medgate and ERSME both have extensive experience in EHS. ERSME has managed many large EHS and Risk Management projects for the Petrochemical, Drilling, Mining, Utility, Medical, and Construction industries. Medgate's software is developed by industry experts and has been implemented by companies such as BHP Billiton, Rio Tinto, Total Petrochemicals and other top 100 businesses on Fortune's 2013 Global 500 list.
Companies looking to implement Medgate's EHS software in Saudi Arabia should send an email to ERSME: info(at)ersgltd(dot)com.
Medgate is the leading global provider of enterprise Environmental, Health, and Safety (EHS) software. Our occupational health, safety, industrial hygiene, and environmental software products offer the most comprehensive functionality on the market. Available in multiple languages, Medgate software is used across the globe in hundreds of the best known corporations and government entities.
Our channel partners include international firms who have deep expertise in EHS and a proven track record of success in their region. Medgate's core value is client service excellence and we carefully select partners who share this commitment. Companies interested in a partnership with Medgate should contact us to learn more.
Easy Risk Solutions Middle East (ERSME) is a management consulting firm specializing in the areas of Enterprise Risk Management, Management Software, Information Systems and Project Management. Based in Saudi Arabia, ERSME offers a wide range of services, including Accredited and Non-Accredited Training. All ERSME solutions are founded on sound development and implementation of risk and project management whilst using internationally recognized strategic processes.
ERSME has completed a diverse variety of software implementation and consulting projects throughout the Middle East. ERSME's independent approach to management consultancy and software implementation means that every assignment is viewed as a way of assisting organizations to achieve great project outcomes and sustainable solutions.
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