Environmental Management Software

Monitor compliance and manage your impact on the environment with our fully customisable platform.

With new targets and laws for improving air and water quality, tackling pollution and restoring habitats, there is more environmental legislation to tackle than ever before. Stay compliant with a simple to use platform that allows you to keep on top of tasks, analyse data to plan ahead, and share policies and procedures with stakeholders to mitigate risk across your organisation, supply chain and customer chain.

ISO 14001 configurable
Performance measurement
System management
Legal register
Task management
Supplier management
Impact and aspects
Reporting and analytics
Incident management
Asset management


A solution that meets your needs

QUOODA® is a flexible tool that helps business leverage their existing organisational structures and processes to create a robust environmental management solution that meets the needs of the organisation. It allows everyone responsible for environmental management within a business to access the information, providing only the information that is relevant to their needs.



Flexible ecosystem

Save time logging into multiple systems and merging report data by allowing QUOODA® to seamlessly integrate with your existing technology (e.g. water meter readings) to give you a single source of truth across your business.

Integrates with external systems
Utilise our various integration tools e.g. web services or ETL based integration to connect with larger database applications such as Oracle, IBM, SAP, CAFM etc.


360° situational awareness

QUOODA® provides a 360° visibility into environmental program performance. This transparency allows you to interrogate the data, draw meaningful insights and reduce incident rates*


See how QUOODA® makes it easier to manage your risk and compliance, improving productivity and saving money.

See how QUOODA® makes it easier to manage your risk and compliance, improving productivity and saving money.

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