Environmental monitoring expert expands into Scandinavia

08 Nov 2017
Chaim Kolominskas: “Our collaboration with TomorrowToday has already led to some exciting opportunities in Scandinavia

Chaim Kolominskas: “Our collaboration with TomorrowToday has already led to some exciting opportunities in Scandinavia"

A global monitoring and operational management firm is further expanding its European reach into Scandinavia with the signing of a new distribution agreement.

Envirosuite has partnered with TomorrowToday, a sustainability advisory practice based in Sweden because both serve clients throughout Scandinavia with the same challenges as Envirosuite clients in other parts of the world.

“Envirosuite helps businesses to find new ways to improve environmental and operational performance and our collaboration with TomorrowToday has already led to some exciting opportunities in Scandinavia,” said Chaim Kolominskas, Envirosuite General Manager – Europe.

Anna Bruun Månsson, founder of TomorrowToday, added: “Envirosuite’s technology will allow our clients to boost their environmental performance whilst simultaneously reducing overall operational costs. We know that it will be an ideal application to several of the sectors in which we do advisory work and we believe it will be a perfect fit for our clients’ sustainability requirements.”

Real-time monitoring

Envirosuite Limited is a global provider of monitoring and operational management services through its leading Software-as-a-Service platform.

The Envirosuite platform provides a range of real-time and predictive environmental monitoring, management, analysis and reporting capabilities that are incorporated into a diverse array of operations from water treatment to ports, large scale construction, open cut mines, food processing, environmental regulators and other industries.

With a growing list of clients, EnviroSuite offers a stand-alone software service through to a comprehensive platform to assist companies with their environmental monitoring, management and reporting requirements.

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