VelocityEHS Debuts at NSC 2015

MSDSonline and its wholly owned subsidiary Knowledge Management Innovations (KMI) announced at #NSCexpo that they will begin doing business as VelocityEHS.

ATLANTA -- A new company--actually a renamed company that is familiar to thousands of safety professionals--debuted Sept. 28 at the 2015 National Safety Council Congress & Expo taking place inside the Georgia World Congress Center here. MSDSonline and its wholly owned subsidiary Knowledge Management Innovations (KMI) announced they will begin doing business as VelocityEHS. The company has its headquarters in Chicago.

VelocityEHS debuts with more than 10,000 customers, more than 8 million users worldwide, and is a leading EHS and sustainability software provider.

"When our two companies joined forces last August, we greatly increased both the breadth of our tools and the scope of the capabilities to solve our customers' broader EHS needs," said Glenn Trout, president and CEO of VelocityEHS. "Our goal is to deliver the most relevant cloud EHS capabilities through an easily accessible platform that is more affordable, quicker and easier to implement, and provides the simplest user experience for our clients. Telling that story is the main reason behind our new name and brand. We believe VelocityEHS better communicates the kind of EHS software solutions our customers want."

The company plans to retain the MSDSonline name and begin using it as a product brand for its chemical management capabilities. For more information, visit www.velocityEHS.com

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