|Sustainability Performance Management|
Measuring your overall Sustainability Performance can be a complicated process that requires IT systems that help to monitor, track and analyse environmental and sustainability data.It has become clear that sustainability, water and carbon management are really problems of data collection and synchronisation.
Even today many organisations still use spreadsheets to track environmental performance. Many still need employees to manually enter data, which slows systems down and leaves room for error.Clearly many of the legacy systems in place today are not up to this increasingly complex task and it is necessary to look beyond the current systems deployed and explore new options that have now become available in the market.
At the Carbon Council we are now initiating a programme dealing with these issues and at the end of the process will be in a position to address your concerns and recommend those solutions we feel best resolve current problems.
Some of the issues to be addressed and applications of the solutions recommended in the programme include:
Solution providers are being contacted now and applications being assessed
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