What if your data could save the planet?
DON 11:15 - 11:45
International businesses are under intense pressure and expectation to adjust to sustainable development. This requires them to make sweeping changes to their business models and value propositions. As we continue to advance our concept of sustainability, businesses must reconsider and broaden their definitions of value. There is increasing momentum across global and local organizations towards a concerted business transformation with sustainability at heart. Becoming more sustainable is an opportunity to innovate, make a difference and grow.
Take action by following these three steps:
Define your Sustainability goals – To succeed, your business needs to set and act on clear environmental, social and governance (ESG) goals, then execute with exceptional data discipline across the enterprise.
Establish your ESG data foundation – Create a clear baseline to underpin every goal from which to determine your current impact, track progress and implement adjustments. This requires a single system of record to integrate and manage ESG data that aligns to your goals. Collect, correlate, visualize, and analyze relevant data so you can deliver transparent, verifiable, financial-grade information and more easily identify where improvements are most needed.
Operationalize your sustainability goals – Full benefit can then be achieved by leveraging the links between this system of record for ESG data and the underlying operational systems that run across all the departments and business units of your organization. With these links in place, you can automate feedback loops that enable actions based on insights. These insights help drive sustainable transformation through intelligent facilities and assets, resilient IT Infrastructure, and circular supply chains.
Make informed decisions by making the most of your data. Connect your strategy with day-to-day operations to embed sustainability into your business transformation.
Building a sustainable strategy