Sustainability & ESG Reporting Software
Sustainability & ESG Software streamline reporting and increase productivity
Accredited ESG / CSR sustainability reporting software (SASB, DJSI, CDP, GRESB). Collaborate, validate, control, and audit to a financial-grade. Emission factors and GRI protocols are included making Vervantis the perfect choice when quality and accuracy matter.
Sustainability reporting just became simple.
GHG, Energy, CSR on a Single Platform
Our sustainability reporting solution boasts a package of features, dashboards, and reports, enabling secure data collection, cleansing, analysis and reporting for all voluntary and mandatory GHG, CSR, and ESG reporting schemes (CDP, SASB, DJSI, GISR, etc.) around the world on one system.
Instantly generate financial-grade reports consistently with incredible granularity and flexibility. Over 2000 types of emissions sources (including, Waste, Water, Transport, Business Travel, Commuting, Supply Chain, etc.) are standard with no configuration or setup. Available in national or international mode, the software includes and automatically keeps emissions factors up to date, so you don’t have to.
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The Solution for Sustainability Reporting & Analysis
Sustainability CSR / ESG reporting has multiple standards-setting bodies and reporting initiatives. The CDP, Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI), and Global Initiative for Sustainability Ratings (GISR) provide ratings to measure environmental impact, and the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC), and the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) focus on reporting.
Our sustainability software provides accurate environmental reporting serving both numerical and textual information consistently for every protocol, increasing both investor confidence and framework scores. CDP-accredited and independently verified by SGS, we deliver a level of data validation, control, and audibility that is second to none. In real-time data is processed through an innovative set of algorithms using a robust infrastructure, and this cloud-based global solution captures utilities and over two thousand business metrics and emissions data.
Improving engagement and simplicity of use are core to the software. The specially designed built-in employee commuting and supplier survey modules take moments to configure and can track, analyze, and compare results in a leaderboard of excellence. Delivered as an off the shelf, comprehensive solution, it produces financial grade reports, customizable for corporate reporting, yet offering a host of out of the box reporting formats for SASB, CDP, DJSI, GRI, GRESB, etc.
In contrast to many of the traditional platforms, the software includes all the emissions factors at no extra cost, increasing accuracy without it costing the earth.
The current State of Sustainability Reporting
Reporting of sustainability, CSR / ESG metrics, and performance in the United States is currently voluntary. However, corporations have been increasing the levels of reporting on these issues primarily driven by the investor community. The Governance and Accountability Institute (GAI) reports that approximately 81% of S&P 500 companies issued a sustainability report in 2015, compared to less than 20% in 2011. By 2020, nearly 20,000 companies have produced more than 120,000 reports globally (corporate register). A KPMG survey in 2017 revealed that sustainability reporting is standard practice for large and mid-cap companies worldwide.
Corporations are moving in the right direction; however, more work needs to be done to improve the quality of sustainability reporting. In its Conceptual Framework, SASB points out that sustainability reports lack focus on the sustainability issues most important to investors. A PricewaterhouseCoopers survey revealed that nearly three-quarters of investors are neutral or somewhat dissatisfied with current environmental, social, and governance (ESG) reporting practices. Similarly, 80% of sustainability-related comment letters submitted to the SEC in 2016, in response to SEC Concept Release 33-10064 (Business and Financial Disclosure Required by Regulation S-K, August 2016), called for improved sustainability-related disclosures in SEC filings and market standards for these disclosures. SASB states in its 2017 report, the State of Disclosure, that “by and large, companies continue to take a minimally compliant approach to sustainability disclosure, providing the market with information that is inadequate for making investment decisions.”
Vervantis Sustainability software closes the gap between existing reporting and the level expected by the investor community, producing detailed reports with both numerical data and textual responses consistently across all protocols.
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