The path to data-driven sustainability

The path to data-driven sustainability

Connecting the dots to produce actionable ESG data

As the clock ticks on the climate crisis, businesses are rolling up their sleeves to put sustainability into practice. The main challenge we're seeing: organisations are unable to gain a full picture of their ESG data. 

Is data collection proving to be a challenge for your organisation? Are you battling against poor quality data? Or, is a lack of data governance preventing you from successfully executing your sustainability strategy?

Sustainable businesses aren't build overnight, it's a process. The key to success and to avoiding the trap of greenwashing lies in connecting the dots between your data. To make environmentally sound decisions, a strong data foundation and concrete data governance practices are paramount. 

To help organisations capture, store and process the exact data they need, we've developed the green data lake approach: a three-step formula that offers a concrete path to data-driven success. To explore the full approach, download our new eBook.

ESG practice needs to be integrated into the company's overall strategy, rather than being seen as a separate initiative. Companies that adopt ESG practices as part of their overall strategy tend to have a better financial performance.

Need help bringing your sustainability strategy to life?

Over the past few years, we've seen a significant rise in the number of customers asking for advise to support their ESG reporting efforts. 

At Delaware, our expertise lies in helping our clients to optimise efficiency and gain deep insights with data and AI-driven solutions. These solutions can now help organisations to efficiently collect, analyse and visualise ESG-related data, exchange it with their ecosystems and even make predictions or simulations to base new targets on. In this way, they can turn their sustainability goals into actions. 

After all, that’s what a sustainable business is all about, right?