APTIM Partners with Locus Technologies for Environmental Enterprise Software

APTIM will leverage Locus Platform ’s configurable, user-friendly software applications to provide innovative environmental solutions to their clients. 

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Sept 5, 2023Locus Technologies, (Locus)—the leader in cloud-based environmental, sustainability, energy, and compliance management software—announces a new partnership with APTIM, a leading environmental solutions firm. APTIM provides integrated environmental, resilience, and nuclear decommissioning services for government, commercial and industrial, and energy clients.

Locus and APTIM are establishing a collaborative partnership using Locus software to deliver applications that will provide more efficiency and visibility for APTIM’s clients. APTIM’s clients will benefit from Locus’ off-the-shelf applications for compliance, waste management, auditing, ESG, and others. In combination with APTIM’s experience and knowledge in these areas, Locus and APTIM will also develop new applications to better serve the needs of specific projects. APTIM will use Locus-configurable software to quickly build and deploy applications that uniquely address complex environmental challenges.

“At APTIM, we use the latest, most innovative technologies to deliver exceptional performance and service for our clients,” said APTIM Vice President of Information Technology Jason Bourg. “Locus brings a well-established, highly configurable software that can adapt to our complex projects and leverage our expertise in environmental solutions. We look forward to expanding our relationship with Locus and utilizing the full extent of their software to maximize results for our clients across the U.S., Canada, and Peru.”

Locus Platform is the first fully integrated platform created from the ground up to allow organizations to manage their environmental, energy, water, waste, carbon, air, health and safety, remediation, and compliance information in one place. The platform allows companies to configure their management, tracking, visualization, and reporting through a graphically driven user interface. This feature enables organizations to configure the software to their needs without worrying about the expensive programming efforts usually associated with customization.

“We are very excited about partnering with APTIM as we share the same vision,” said Neno Duplan, CEO of Locus. “We are eagerly looking forward to supporting many successful projects through our partnership with APTIM. Throughout our discussions, APTIM has demonstrated its vision and dedication to excellence. APTIM’s commitment to fostering solid partnerships aligns perfectly with our core values, and we are genuinely excited about this collaboration’s potential.”


APTIM is a leading professional solutions firm with headquarters in Baton Rouge, La. We specialize in environmental services, resilience, sustainability, and energy solutions, as well as technical and data solutions, program management, and critical infrastructure. Our dedicated teammates apply their experience and expertise to provide integrated services and solutions for government agencies, commercial and industrial clients, and energy customers. APTIM commits to accelerating the transition toward a clean and efficient energy economy, building a sustainable future for our communities and natural world, and creating a more inclusive and equitable environment that celebrates the diversity of our people. Learn more at APTIM.com, and connect with us on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Twitter.

About Locus Technologies

Locus Technologies, the global environmental, social, governance (ESG), Sustainability, and EHS Compliance software leader, empowers companies of every size and industry to be credible with ESG reporting. From 1997 Locus Technologies pioneered enterprise software-as-a-service (SaaS) for EHS Compliance, water management, and ESG credible reporting. Locus apps and software solutions improve business performance by strengthening risk management and EHS for organizations across industries and government agencies. Organizations ranging from medium-sized businesses to Fortune 500 enterprises, such as Chevron, Sempra, Corteva, DuPont, Chemours, Port of Seattle, The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, and Los Alamos National Laboratory, have selected Locus.

Locus Technologies’ headquarters is in Mountain View, California.

Locus Technologies partners with RegScan to provide EHS regulatory content and updates

The partnership will enhance Locus Platform’s Compliance and Task Management applications by providing real-time access to current regulations

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., 12 January 2019 — Locus Technologies, the leader in enterprise EHS compliance and sustainability software, has partnered with RegScan, a trusted resource for up-to-date regulatory information, to enhance its Compliance and Task Management applications via its configurable SaaS Locus Platform. An integration from RegScan into the Locus Platform will give Locus users seamless real-time access to current EHS regulations. This will allow Locus users to customize a WatchList in RegScan to quickly and readily view relevant EHS regulations.

“We are excited for this opportunity to partner with Locus, it’s important to be able to access all your regulatory information, legal registers and audit protocols in one place,” said Ned Ertel, President and C.E.O. of RegScan, Inc.

“By using Locus Platform’s Compliance and Task application with integrated regulatory content services, our customers can reap the benefits of using the out-of-the-box and configurable Locus Platform to build the exact solution that they need for their business process in a short time,” said Wes Hawthorne, President of Locus.

3E Company and Locus Technologies Announce Strategic Collaboration

3E Company, a leading provider of environmental health and safety compliance and information management services, and Locus Technologies (Locus), a leading provider of cloud-based environmental compliance and EHS management software, announced a strategic collaboration today.

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Alliance Combines 3E’s Product Safety Data and Global Regulatory Content with Locus Technologies’ Platform for Enhanced EHS Regulatory Compliance and Risk Management

Carlsbad, Calif., Oct 30, 2014 – (ACN Newswire) – 3E Company, a leading provider of environmental health and safety (EHS) compliance and information management services, and Locus Technologies (Locus), a leading provider of cloud-based environmental compliance and EHS management software, announced a strategic collaboration today. 3E Company is a Verisk Analytics (Nasdaq:VRSK) business.

The alliance brings together 3E’s substance-level global regulatory content and product-level safety data sheet (SDS) data and Locus’s compliance and EHS software platform. The combined offering provides companies with a comprehensive, efficient, and affordable solution set for hazardous communication and workplace safety that can reduce risk and help streamline conformance with EHS regulations.

The collaboration highlights both companies’ respective strengths. These assets include 3E’s unique ability to research, source, aggregate, enrich, and maintain EHS compliance-related data and information and make it available in a customer-specific and easy-to-use format and Locus’s proven capability to build and maintain flexible, user-friendly software systems. Integrating 3E’s critical data with Locus’s software enables joint customers to manage EHS management and compliance obligations within a comprehensive cloud platform.

“As the industry-leading provider of EHS regulatory information and compliance management services, 3E has a diverse network of trusted companies with which we collaborate,” said Uday Virkud, president and CEO, 3E Company. “Our alliances with these companies enable our joint customers to better meet their regulatory and safety obligations. We’re delighted to collaborate with Locus and are confident that our customers will benefit from having seamless access to 3E’s data through Locus’s platforms.”

“We’re excited to offer our customers access to 3E data and to use the flexibility of our software platform to create an integrated solution with the industry’s most comprehensive and up-to-date data and content offering. This alliance stems out of Locus’s commitment to providing our customers with the most extensive tool set available to better manage their compliance and EHS requirements,” said Neno Duplan, president and CEO, Locus Technologies. “Collaborating with 3E offers our joint customers streamlined access to valuable data that can positively affect their compliance management strategies – improving their operations and data quality while reducing risk and associated costs.”

About 3E Company
3E Company, a Verisk Analytics (Nasdaq:VRSK) business, offers a comprehensive suite of data and solutions for environmental health and safety (EHS) compliance management. This solutions suite addresses the entire chemical life cycle and includes regulatory research; SDS authoring, distribution, and management; transportation; emergency response; training; regulatory reporting; and hazardous waste management. 3E provides an industry-leading combination of a 24/7/365 EHS mission-control call center and the world’s premier hazardous substance database of global regulatory and compliance information. 3E was founded in 1988 and is headquartered in Carlsbad, California, with additional operations in Canton, Ohio; Bethesda, Maryland; Kingsport, Tennessee; Montreal, Quebec; and Copenhagen, Denmark. For more information on 3E Company, visit www.3ecompany.com.

Innovation, collaboration are hallmarks of Asheville’s science and high tech industries

“There seems to be a lot more focus on collaboration and building the community rather than just the bottom line. People are more willing to come together for work and to share their expertise.” — Dr. Todd Pierce, Director, Geographic Information Systems, Locus Technologies

Locus Technologies Forms Alliance with UNC Asheville’s NEMAC to Advance Cloud Software Solutions in the Areas of Weather, Climate Change Data, GIS, and Visualization Technologies

SAN FRANCISCO, California, 21 February 2012 — Locus Technologies (Locus), an industry leader in web-based environmental, energy, and compliance software, and UNC Asheville’s National Environmental Modeling and Analysis Center (NEMAC), an applied environmental research center that creates tools to address the challenges and opportunities of human interaction with the environment, announced a broad alliance today.

Locus and NEMAC signed a letter of cooperation to establish a working relationship that will leverage both organizations’ resources in applied research, web development activities, cloud computing, and science delivery collaborations. The joint research activities will focus on the areas of weather and climate data, geographic information systems (GIS), visualization technologies, augmented reality, subsurface and environmental monitoring and modeling, software programming, and cloud hosting environments. Additionally, Locus agrees to support undergraduate student internship opportunities during students’ tenure at UNC Asheville, as well as post-graduation.

Locus’ software provides effective, ongoing management of environmental and energy information to organizations. NEMAC has been focused on research of similar environmental issues, but on a larger scale. NEMAC has been a leader in bringing together academic, government, and public sectors through collaboration, and in using science communication and delivery to develop decision-making tools for local and regional planners, decision makers, and the public.

“We see tremendous potential for process improvements for both Locus’ enterprise customers and NEMAC’s government partners by combining resources and integrating results of climate change and other large-scale monitoring into Locus’ enterprise-centered applications. Integration of the information on weather and climate change monitoring will enable organizations to easily analyze, optimize, and mitigate their energy and emissions,” said Jim Fox, Director of NEMAC.

“Our clients can leverage NEMAC’s strategic climate and weather expertise and Locus’ enterprise information management platform to more effectively align goals, strategy, and the successful execution of emission reduction and energy conservation measures,” said Neno Duplan, President and CEO of Locus Technologies. “Working closely with NEMAC, Locus will offer robust, scalable, secure solutions that provide large commercial, industrial, and utility businesses, as well as government entities, the ability to better manage environmental information, energy, and emissions, and, ultimately, perform forecasting of future energy, water, or resource consumption based on weather pattern changes and forecasts.”

“At Locus, we pride ourselves on bringing the right people, technology, and systems together to deliver the innovative, integrated software and services our customers require. During the evaluation of NEMAC research projects, it became readily apparent that there was a compelling opportunity to improve our customers’ experience through a collaboration with a national leader in environmental information research,” said Dr. Todd Pierce, Locus’ director for GIS services, who will be responsible for managing the relationship between the two organizations. “Through our alliance with NEMAC, we hope to integrate and expand the Locus ePortal platform with visualizations and tools developed by NEMAC to deliver joint solutions to the public and private sector,” added Pierce.


UNC Asheville’s National Environmental Modeling and Analysis Center (NEMAC) specializes in science communication and the development of decision support tools for local and regional planners, decision makers, and the public. NEMAC’s goal is to help people understanding the relevance and importance of complex issues such as climate and weather, forest health, natural hazards, land use planning, and the wise use of our energy and water resources. Our tools, developed with the assistance of UNC Asheville undergraduate research students, include web applications, interactive geographic information system (GIS) applications, multimedia delivery technologies, and print media. These collaborative projects provide meaning to scientific data. NEMAC and its many partnerships bring students, scientific professionals, and local decision makers together to help solve problems facing society.

For more information, visit www.nemac.unca.edu or email nemac@unca.edu.

Chevron Extends Partnership with Locus for Web-based Environmental Information Management

Contract, first awarded in 2003, renewed for another term

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., September 27, 2010 — Locus Technologies (Locus), the industry leader in web-based environmental compliance and information management software, has announced that Chevron U.S.A. Inc (Chevron) has renewed a contract with Locus for use of Locus’ Environmental Information Management (EIM) software.

In 2003 Chevron selected Locus’ web-based EIM software to organize and manage environmental laboratory data for environmental remediation projects. Chevron used EIM to consolidate analytical data and as a tool for uniform environmental database management practices by analytical laboratories and environmental consultants. The web-based EIM software can organize and manage large amounts of environmental information and allows for automated data acquisition and reporting.

“We are very pleased that Chevron extended its Locus contract for EIM. EIM provides companies with tools to effectively manage their environmental information and efficiently perform key business analytics and reporting across their organizations,” said Neno Duplan, President and CEO of Locus.

Locus obtains certified status in Microsoft Partner Program

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., 26 January 2005, — Locus Technologies (Locus), a leader in environmental information management, today announced that it has earned Microsoft Certified Partner status for software developed as part of Locus’s award-winning LocusFocusSM suite of environmental business solutions. The LocusFocus suite is a web-based environmental data management system – EIM™, along with Locus’s other environmental portal software applications for document management, environmental remediation system automation, waste management, and the soon-to-be-released air data management module.

“Only companies that have demonstrated high levels of customer service, proved their experience, and attained advanced certification receive the designation of Microsoft Certified Partner,” said Allison Watson, vice president of the Worldwide Partner Sales and Marketing Group at Microsoft. “Today, Microsoft recognizes Locus Technologies for its skills and expertise in providing customer satisfaction with Microsoft products and technology.”

Locus is pleased that its industry leading, web-based environmental database is based on Microsoft technology. “We find the Microsoft name to be immensely valuable when selling systems to Fortune 100 companies who value EIM’s Microsoft database engine behind the scenes,” said Dr. Neno Duplancic, President and CEO of Locus. “With more than 5,000 sites worldwide and millions of environmental records being managed in EIM, it’s clear that having a Microsoft database engine is a key differentiator in the marketplace and provides our clients with a high degree confidence in our systems.”

Microsoft appreciates companies like Locus that have skills and expertise in providing customer satisfaction with Microsoft products and technology. Microsoft Certified Partner status proves a high degree of competency and expertise with Microsoft technologies. Standards for acceptance into Microsoft Partner community are strict. To achieve Microsoft Certified Partner status, Locus satisfied Microsoft Competency requirements by proving its
ability and proficiency to develop high-quality products and software solutions based on Microsoft technologies.

“We are extremely pleased to have earned certified status in the Microsoft Partner Program. The certified status allows us to promote our relationship with Microsoft to our customers. The benefits provided through our certified membership will allow us to continue to enhance the offerings that we provide for customers,” added Dr. Duplancic.

The Microsoft Partner Program was launched in December 2003 and represents Microsoft’s ongoing commitment to the success of partners worldwide. The Microsoft Partner Program offers a single, integrated partnering framework that recognizes partner expertise, rewards the total impact that partners have in the technology marketplace, and delivers more value to help partners’ businesses be successful.

Locus selects LiveVault to ensure the recoverability of its critical environmental data

Locus Technologies will provide its customers with guaranteed recovery through LiveVault

MARLBOROUGH, MASS. AND SAN FRANCISCO, CA, 5 AUGUST 2003 — LiveVault Corporation® (www.livevault.com), the leading provider of fully managed online backup and recovery services for business servers, and Locus Technologies (www.locustec.com), the leader in information management technology for the environmental industry, today announced that Locus has selected LiveVault Online Backup and Recovery Service™ to protect its customers’ critical environmental and business data. Locus Technologies’ customers are a number of Fortune-500 companies who subscribe to LocusFocus(SM) to manage their critical environmental information through Locus’s environmental portal.

“We are very pleased that our partnership with LiveVault will provide online backup and guaranteed recovery for our award-winning, web-based environmental information management portal, LocusFocus(SM) and EIM™,” said Dr. Neno Duplancic, President and CEO of Locus Technologies. “Now, large enterprise environmental information management applications have fully secured, controlled, web-based solutions through LocusFocus and EIM™, that are fully protected by LiveVault against system failure, virus, human error or other disaster.” Locus Technologies subscribes to LiveVault through channel partner US Data Trust (www.usdatatrust.com).

“It certainly demonstrates the value LiveVault’s online backup and recovery service provides when a trusted provider like Locus Technologies trusts LiveVault to protect their customers’ critical data,” said Bob Cramer, president and CEO of LiveVault. “LiveVault’s continuous online backup, and recovery guarantee, ensures that environmental and other data intensive businesses are always protected. Not just the data created last week, or last night, but the data created today, this minute, this hour.” LiveVault’s Online Backup and Recovery Service continuously backs up business server data via a secure Internet connection, and immediately stores it in an off-site Iron Mountain® (NYSE: IRM) facility, where it is available for immediate recovery in the event of a system failure, virus, human error or other disaster.

The LiveVault service is designed for customers with servers that reside outside of major data centers—such as remote or branch offices, or mid-sized businesses—and who have primarily relied on in-house tape backups to keep their data safe. Analysts estimate that nearly 50 percent of tape-based backups fail to restore properly, exposing these businesses to significant risk. Conversely, LiveVault guarantees recovery of all business-critical data
and allows companies to return to the state of their business prior to a data-loss event. For more information on LiveVault’s data protection and disaster recovery solutions, please visit www.livevault.com or call (800) 638-5518. For more information on Locus Technologies solutions for the environmental industry, now with data protected by LiveVault, please visit www.locustec.com or call (925) 906-8100.


LiveVault Corporation is the leading provider of fully managed online data backup and recovery services. LiveVault automatically and continuously backs up server data, and protects it in a secure, remote Iron Mountain facility, and makes it immediately available for recovery 7×24. Through its partnerships with Iron Mountain (NYSE: IRM), Hewlett-Packard (NYSE: HPQ), Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT), and others, LiveVault helps ensure the business continuity of mid-sized businesses, as well as distributed offices of larger enterprises. Founded in 1993, LiveVault is based in Marlborough, Mass. For more information, visit www.livevault.com or call (508) 460-6670.

Mayfield general partner invests in Locus Technologies

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., 13 March 2003 — Locus Technologies (Locus), a leader in environmental information management, today announced that Mr. Wendell G. “Van” Van Auken, a General Partner of Mayfield, has invested personally in the company. Mr. Van Auken is an acknowledged mentor to entrepreneurs interested in building strong corporate organizations with solid financial structures. His combination of operating and financial expertise enables him to assist management in optimizing both market opportunities and company valuations.

As a partner at Mayfield, Mr. Van Auken has led investments in a wide range of industries. He is particularly interested in enterprise software. Mr. Van Auken currently serves on the Board of Directors of Advent Software (ADVS), Efficient Marketing Services, Global English, Montgomery Street Income Securities (MTS) and Skystream. He holds an M.B.A. from Stanford University and a B.S. in electrical engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

“I am very excited to become a part owner of Locus Technologies to help advise their talented management team. Locus’s web-based enterprise software for the environmental industry is an innovative solution that allows companies and governmental organizations to better control and manage their environmental liabilities. The company has the potential to capture and maintain a leadership position in the large, underserved, technology market for environmental information management,” said Mr. Van Auken. The LocusFocus portal includes remote control and monitoring of treatment systems, Environmental Information Management (EIM™), document management, and collaboration tools. The EIM™ database is designed to manage the vast quantities of sampling, analytical, and geotechnical data that are typically collected during the investigation, cleanup, and monitoring of contaminated sites.

“Locus is very happy to have Mr. Van Auken as an investor and advisor to the company. His vast experience at Mayfield in building successful rapid-growth technology companies from start-up, including financial and business planning, operational analysis, and executive decision-making, will be a tremendous asset to Locus,” said Mr. Neno Duplancic, president and chief executive officer of Locus.”