Welcome to the new normal
Companies that manage their material ESG risks and opportunities effectively are more likely to outperform on a risk-adjusted basis, over the long-term.
Internationally, governments, investors, and rating agencies now require that companies gather, disclose, and retain data to prove they have actively mitigated environmental damage and social inequality.
To keep up with the times, organizations must develop policies and programs that address the needs of people and our planet. Company leaders face new duties when it comes to showing that positive values and environmental considerations have shaped day-to-day decisions.
You need hard data to tell the world about your achievements in:
Ethical Business Practices
Your Role In The Marketplace
Our software simplifies, then automates data gathering and reporting processes. It integrates with any metric, standard, framework, or rating agency. Use our advanced tool to funnel dozens of questions into one, reducing much of the burden you face when disclosing ESG data.
Understanding and reducing your eco-footprint requires hard numbers for:
Vendors and Supply Chain
Manufacturing and Sourcing
Today, earning the public’s trust means that you:
Create an inclusive, diverse workplace
Accommodate and celebrate people of all stripes
Honour accountability to local communities
Protect human rights and personal privacy
Operating with integrity means thinking deeply about:
Fair and Transparent Dealings
Service and Vendor Agreements
Financial Contracts and Relationships
Internal Policies and Practices
Outreach and Community Support
“NEW NORMAL” CHALLENGES FOR BUSINESSES
Who at a company should be responsible for ESG data and reporting?
Who is asking for it?
Who are your key stakeholders?
What data matters most?
What frameworks apply?
What are the legal risks?
When are reports expected?
When should the process begin?
Where should data be stored?
Where should it be shared?
Where should you focus efforts?
How are we supposed to do this on time and on budget?
How will we know we’ve done it right?
How will we keep up with evolving requirements?
Whatever shape your data takes, you need to understand the effects of operations and in-house programs.