EcoIntense has obtained largest order so far in the public sector
EcoIntense won the European-wide tender issued by the Bavarian state capital of Munich to procure web-based software for occupational health and safety. For the Berlin software specialist, this order worth millions is the biggest so far in the public sector. With EcoWebDesk, its online solution for occupational health and safety, environmental as well as sustainability management, EcoIntense prevailed against numerous national and international providers. The aim was to find a standard software that improves all processes in occupational safety and reduces administrative costs. Topics to be depicted in EcoWebDesk include identifying and assessing risks, deriving measures and checking their effectiveness, providing online instructions for staff, reporting accidents and planning audits. The City of Munich announced the result of the selection procedure in June. Necessary IT structures are currently being created and the primary user team of the City of Munich is being trained by the software specialists of EcoIntense.
EcoIntense has changed its name to Quentic in October 2018. As part of this change, the software EcoWebDesk has also been renamed Quentic.