Strategy, Technology, Transformation, News, Jul 19, 2023

Did you know Credera helps clients with environmental sustainability?

Katherine Hockley

Environmental sustainability has become a defining issue as the world is increasingly seeing the effects of climate change in daily life. As urgency for action grows, customers, employees, and investors are urging organisations to do their part in the fight against climate change. 

We've been responding to our clients' environmental sustainability needs, helping a global energy company demonstrate a 50% reduction in their digital carbon profile and equipping Omnicom with a centralised data platform and carbon accounting tool to track carbon emissions.

So we thought it was about time we formalised our offerings in this space:

Screenshot 2023-06-22 at 09.13.35You can download our brochure to learn more about how we can help or read more about our services here

Download the sustainability brochure

Why Credera?

With over 30 years of technology and transformation experience, we are a trusted partner for many global and local organisations. As a vendor-neutral consultancy, we will arm you with the right strategy and technical solution for your unique needs. This can look like transforming manual data collection, turning sustainability data into actionable insights, or engineering a new product that supports your green strategy.

Read more:
A new era of carbon emissions accounting
Demystifying the alphabet soup of environmental sustainability reporting
Making sense of sustainability (Part two): How to unlock data-driven sustainability 
Making sense of sustainability (Part three): How green is your cloud?
Making sense of sustainability (Part four): Seven obstacles to sustainability and how to overcome them
Podcast: Should cloud be a part of your green strategy?
Credera UK sets out its Carbon Reduction Plan

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