Unlocking the potential of business processes to reduce carbon emissions and operationalize sustainability goals
Bangalore: Celonis, the global leader in execution management, has published its Sustainability Report for the fiscal year 2022, showcasing the company’s commitment to fighting the climate crisis and transparent reporting on its sustainability efforts.
The report covers the period from February 2021 to January 2022, and includes examples of progress and projects from the first months of fiscal year 2023 as well.
Sustainability Report: Key Highlights
Key highlights from the report include Celonis’ first Materiality Assessment, which outlines the company’s impact on sustainability matters and vice versa, the sharing of Celonis’ Net Zero Climate Strategy, success stories from customers who have leveraged the newly launched Celonis sustainability applications, and the company’s investments in Diversity, Equity & Inclusion.
Building Products to Reduce CO2 Emissions
Also, Celonis has built a suite of products to help customers quantify and reduce the scope of their CO2 emissions, entered into partnerships with leading players in the area of sustainability such as Climatiq, EcoVadis and IntegrityNext and celebrated three global Impact Days every year, during which every single Celonis employee worldwide is able to step away from day-to-day work to focus on ways to give back to society.
Sustainability Must Become Part of Daily Business Operations
“Sustaining our planet isn’t about keeping up with trends, but committing to making the world a better place,” said Alex Rinke, co-CEO and co-founder of Celonis. “Sustainability must become part of daily business operations – there is no time to waste. We leverage the power of our process mining and execution management technology to reveal, reduce and prevent emissions and eliminate inefficiencies and inequalities from business processes.”
“Optimizing processes can improve top, bottom and green line value. Simply by improving processes, organizations can lighten their carbon impact – it’s a win-win of epic proportions.”, he added.
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