ARCADIS

www.arcadis.com

Services Partner

 

Arcadis – Global Enablon certified Partner. 28,000 engineers active in 400 offices and 70 Countries. Companies are realizing they can no longer afford to treat EHS Performance and Information Management as an initiative to implement “when time allows.” It is rapidly becoming a strategic imperative compelled by the need to drive efficiencies around environmental and social performance and compliance, manage business risks and deliver maximum value from existing and future IT investments. For more than 15 years, clients have engaged us to help solve their strategic and day-to-day EHS challenges. We do this by creating unique, value-added solutions based on the combination of industry knowledge, EHS subject matter expertise and our collective IT and Enablon experience from all areas of Arcadis.

Certifications

  • Green: 31
  • Blue: 7
  • Diamond: 2 

Enablon Certification Program

The Enablon Certification program recognizes our Internal Team Members, Partner organizations and Clients Team Members that have developed a deep knowledge in the various Enablon software modules. Enablon software projects are implemented most successfully when the project resources are well versed in the product capabilities. Successful projects utilize the core features of the software allowing for faster deployments and maintainable solutions. Enablon recommends that Clients work with Partner resources that are certified on the modules being implemented and raises awareness among its Partners to pass Enablon Certification.

The Enablon Certification program has 4 levels of certification:

  1. Green
  2. Blue
  3. Black
  4. Diamond (Our Highest Level of Certification)

The certification level is dependent upon how many certifications a partner has passed. A higher level if obtained by passing additional certification assessments. The level that a partner obtains indicates the breadth and depth of knowledge.

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