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ESS Releases Version 6.0 of Essential Suite for Enterprise-level Compliance and Risk Reduction

News - August 17, 2004

ESS has announced a the release of its Essential Suite (Version 6.0) family of Environmental, Health & Safety (EH&S) and Crisis Management software — browser-based solutions intended to assure compliance, reduce risk and enhance business performance through integrated information management.

Essential Suite is an enterprise-level system with the capacity to fully leverage EH&S and Crisis Management data for commercial and government organizations worldwide. The three modules included in this new release are Essential Compliance Manager, Essential Waste, and Essential Incident Master.

These modules join Essential Chemical Inventory and Essential MSDS Manager (released late last year in Version 6.0) as part of what ESS characterizes as the most comprehensive suite in this market space.

Essential Suite is available for both SQL Server and Oracle, and can be deployed as a browser-based, client server or hosted technology. Yet, the technology itself is only one of the suite's advantages, according to Robert Johnson, CEO of ESS. "These products are developed by ESS' team of recognized EH&S and Crisis Management domain experts, top professionals who have years of experience delivering innovative business solutions," Mr. Johnson said. "Equally important, Essential Suite is backed by a wealth of technical support, training and professional service resources that no other company can match — because we want to make sure that every ESS client gets an outstanding return on their investment."

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