Last month, our blog, “How Much for That Doggie in the Window?” helped you determine whether your company should implement an automated environmental monitoring solution. So now you’ve decided that your company should move forward with an automated solution. Great! But how do you convince your internal stakeholders to get on board? Doing so many seem tricky because an automated program will bring various benefits to stakeholders at different levels of the organization. Instead of focusing on individual functions, the answer lies in highlighting the specific return on investment (ROI) that your company will gain from using an automated EMP solution. Continue reading Channel Your Inner Jerry Maguire and “Show Me the Money”
Over that past few months, our team has presented hundreds of product demonstrations of our digital solution, EnviroMap. In all of these demos, two common themes arose. First, EnviroMap provides the solution that the user needs to automate their environmental monitoring program (EMP). And second, often the person we’re talking to needs help to convince management to approve the project. How can Mérieux NutriSciences assist with that step? Continue reading How Much for That Doggie in the Window?
We are constantly challenged to do more with less: trim the fat, reduce costs, eliminate the scrap, etc. Simply look at your environmental monitoring program; the amount of time and money organizations spend clinging to manual, paper-based systems may surprise you.
The process at 30,000 feet doesn’t seem very complicated: sample your sites/locations, send the samples to the lab, receive the results, and report the findings. No problem, right?
It’s not until we examine the individual steps of the process that we discover the waste. Continue reading #ScrapTheWaste in Your Environmental Monitoring Program
Marco Polo was not the first European to travel across Asia during the Middle Ages. But by writing about his journeys in the “Travels of Marco Polo,” he underscored the importance of documentation in gaining credibility with the masses. The book was a wild success and inspired countless other explorers, including Christopher Columbus who made a very important discovery in 1492. Continue reading Marco Polo and EnviroMap®: An Apt Analogy