Ready, Steady, Go Green
An Executive Guide to Sustainable Business Strategies
Your organization’s progress in sustainability can have a positive impact on your reputation, energy efficiency, employee retention, customer satisfaction and bottom line (or profitability). But first, you must be aware of current performance and understand opportunities to improve. In regulated markets, this is no longer optional.
Today, data about sustainable performance, such as energy consumed in facilities, fleet fuel use, water consumption, GhG emissions, natural gas usage, etc., is disparately tracked in multiple operational systems or rudimentary accounting files. The increasing frequency of reporting exacerbates this pain. Volatile energy prices and consumer demand are putting pressure on organizations to optimize internal processes and supply chains in order to reduce environmental impact. Often, organizations do not have the enterprise tools to gather and manage this important data and derive real value from improvement projects.
To help you along the path to sustainability, we have provided you with useful information resources from which you will learn how:
- Effectively managing sustainable strategies leads to higher customer retention, reduced operational risks, improved profits and competitive differentiation.
You can track and manage your carbon output and optimize resources to align with your triple bottom-line goals.
- Prioritizing sustainable investments wisely results in a higher return on investment and better results forecasting.
- Reducing the manual effort required to get a global view of sustainable performance allows you to redirect those resources for additional improvements.
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