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Sustainability software

Adapting to Sustainability Consumer Trends

Date posted: 8 February 2021
Posted in: EHS Software, Sustainability software

Understanding consumer trends has always been a vital part of a successful business. Now more than ever, one of the biggest trends being seen is the focus of consumers on the sustainability and environmental impact of the brands they invest in. In 2020, ‘ThinkwithGoogle’, reported a marked increase in sustainability-related searches in the last 12 […]

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Everything You Need to Know About Sustainability Reporting

Date posted: 23 December 2020
Posted in: EHS Software, Sustainability software

  For any organisation looking to bolster their environmental and social credentials, sustainability reporting needs to become a priority. Being able to shed light on the complexities of an organisation’s daily operations and supply chains can help improve profitability, efficiency, and sustainability. Annual reports that clearly communicate a company’s environmental and social performance helps to […]

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Top tips for selecting the right EHS software

Date posted: 6 November 2020
Posted in: EHS Software, Software Selection, Sustainability software

Sustainability & EHS software helps companies collect, manage, report and ultimately drive positive change using data. At SustainIt, when we speak about sustainability data, we’re not just looking at environmental sustainability but instead, data related to a sustainable world in general including governance, health & safety, supply chain and corporate social responsibility (CSR).  The EHS software market is awash with companies looking to […]

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Market Update

Date posted: 3 July 2019
Posted in: Sustainability software

Salesforce acquires Tableau June 2019. Salesforce.com agree to acquire Tableau in an all stock transaction to the tune of $15.7 billion. The synergies between the two companies have been cited as a reason to be optimistic about the growth of the company over the next couple of years at least. Adam Selipsky, President and CEO […]

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