Becoming water positive is a more difficult task than becoming carbon positive. Both in practice and in tracking complex water data. Less than a decade ago, experts questioned if it was even feasible to have a net-positive impact when it comes to water.
Locus Technologies, the market leader in multi-tenant SaaS water quality, environmental compliance, and sustainability management, today announced that it is going all-in on Amazon Web Services, Inc., moving its entire infrastructure to the world’s leading cloud. By moving its flagship product EIM to AWS this month, Locus will complete its transition to AWS.
Your enterprise is facing more environmental data management challenges than ever before. New emissions regulations, ever-changing quality assurance guidelines, and corporate social responsibility expectations have forced many companies to adopt immediate data management practices that aren’t the best long-term strategy.
But there is a better way to manage all your sampling, analytical, and subsurface data than in a patchwork of spreadsheets and disjointed databases.
Locus has been preaching on the pitfalls of Excel for a long time. Recently, the worst imaginable error in Excel that could’ve happened, did. Almost 16,000 COVID-19 cases in England went unreported because Public Health England hit the maximum row count in their version of Excel.