URS (Australia/New Zealand) and EarthScience Information Systems (EScIS) are pleased to announce the purchase of an unlimited usage ESdat Licence by URS for its Australian and New Zealand Offices.
URS will use ESdat to manage laboratory and field data related to groundwater, contaminated site, and other environmental projects.
URS is a leading provider of engineering, construction, technical and environmental services for public agencies and private sector companies. URS offers fully integrated project and construction management; planning, design and engineering; business advisory and international development services.
The decision by URS to adopt ESdat follows an extensive cost-benefit analysis and fitness for use assessment and will complement an existing base of data management tools, many of which interact directly with ESdat.
The move to ESdat for environmental data has been based on ESdat’s ease of use, extensive functionality, and low corporate per-user cost. URS anticipates having ESdat up and operational, and staff using it within 2 months of purchase.
Warwick Wood, director of EScIS said:
“The move to ESdat by URS after trying other systems is a great endorsement of the ease of use and the powerful functionality found in ESdat.”
Nick Tumney, Environmental Information Manager at URS said
“The adoption of ESdat will give project teams confidence in their field and analytical data, while reducing the time, effort and cost of delivering quality information to our clients.”
ESdat Environmental data management software is developed by EarthScience Information Systems (EScIS) and distributed globally a network of resellers: see www.esdat.net/Purchase.aspx. URS joins many other major International Consultants who now hold corporate level ESdat licenses, including: AECOM, PB, Golder Associates, ERM, Tetra-Tech and many more.