When you’re performing site assessments, groundwater or soil investigations, or working to meet regulatory remediation compliance requirements, each of your jobs is different. But they’re all highly complex. An environmental database management system (EDMS) can help you clearly see the character and extent of each problem and better evaluate your options, so you can design the most effective solutions.
Digital technology is becoming the norm for environmental analysis. An EDMS represents automation at its best, using innovative technology specifically tailored to your needs, to capture, store, query, analyze and visualize information.
An environmental database management system allows you to:
Save time. Import data in minutes, and free up engineering and other professional staff to focus on more productive activities.
An EDMS is an intelligent and powerful working partner that provides:
Environmental database management systems are particularly valuable for geologists, hydrogeologists and environmental engineers whose responsibilities combine extensive field work with equally extensive data analysis and reporting, often to non-technical colleagues. That includes:
Implementing an environmental database management system makes good business sense.
The right EDMS stores and organizes data and helps you quickly and efficiently produce comprehensive analytical results that are reliably accurate and easy to understand.
It can create significant efficiencies, making far better use of staff resources and boosting your bottom line (or keeping you within budget constraints). Once you acquire an EDMS, you may well wish you’d converted sooner.