Greenstone has been confirmed as a CDP Software Partner for a second year in a row. This partnership provides Greenstone’s clients with a CDP accredited software platform to accurately collect, manage, analyse and report non-financial information.
Greenstone has partnered with CDP to further streamline the CDP reporting process for its software clients. Greenstone’s CSR Frameworks module includes the CDP reporting questionnaires, which simplifies the reporting process for organisations and enables them to collect the exact data required for reporting to CDP.
Greenstone’s software, covering Environment, CSR Frameworks, Supply Chain and Health & Safety, ensures that clients have access to the accurate and meaningful non-financial data across their regions, business units and sites globally.
Matthew de Villiers, CEO at Greenstone says “At Greenstone, we deliver our client commitment to data that talks to you and make it central to everything we do – both in the way we develop our software and the way we support our clients. We have been supporting our clients through the CDP-reporting process for over 8 years and the formalisation of our partnership with CDP enables us to further extend and consolidate our support for organisations striving to improve their non-financial reporting”.
CDP’s Head of Partnerships, Paul Robins comments “We are very pleased to have Greenstone on board as a CDP Accredited Provider for a second year. CDP is committed to working with providers of enabling software solutions like Greenstone to help make the reporting process simpler and more reliable for companies. Software solutions such as Greenstone’s serve to improve reporting efficiency and accuracy, but more importantly, they create the platform for the critical change we need in ongoing environmental impact reduction.”
CDP, formerly Carbon Disclosure Project, is an international, not-for-profit organization providing the global system for companies, cities, states and regions to measure, disclose, manage and share vital information on their environmental performance. CDP, voted number one climate re-search provider by investors, works with 827 institutional investors with assets of US$100 trillion and 89 purchasing organisations with a combined annual spend of over US$2.7 trillion, to motivate companies to disclose their impacts on the environment and natural resources and take action to reduce them. Some 5,800 companies, representing close to 60% global market capitalization, disclosed environmental information through CDP in 2016. CDP now holds the most comprehensive collection globally of primary corporate environmental data and puts these insights at the heart of strategic business, investment and policy decisions. Please visit www.cdp.net/or follow @CDP to find out more.