Greenstone’s Frameworks module, part of Greenstone’s Enterprise sustainability reporting software solution, enables clients to meet the reporting requirements of global sustainability frameworks and standards.
The Frameworks module enables you to:
Below are some examples of how the Frameworks module, within Greenstone’s Enterprise sustainability reporting software, is used:
Award-winning framework mapping functions to be able to link content across multiple frameworks and against your own company KPIs (e.g. SDGs, UNGC, UNPRI). Apply framework tags to link data points to multiple frameworks.
As a CDP gold solution provider, we have accredited content and modules for gathering, monitoring and reporting questions requested by CDP. Users can collect and manage the data and distribute the questionnaires required to manage the entire CDP reporting process.
Certified by GRI’s Certified Software and Tools Program which guarantees that software and digital tools are using GRI content accurately. Designed to meet the requirements of GRI’s standards and enables companies to collect the required data needed to compile and produce a GRI report.
Greenstone is a SASB Materiality Map® and full standards licensee and provides functionality for gathering, monitoring and reporting using the SASB Standards. Users can report using the SASB metrics, topics and technical protocols from across 77 industry standards.
Users can collect, manage and report data to help them understand their contributions to all 17 of the UN SDGs. The SDGs are also mapped and aligned with other frameworks including the GRI Standards and your custom KPIs.
A TCFD tool to be able to monitor Management Information and collect, analyse and report site-level climate change risks and opportunities. Award-winning framework mapping functions to be able to link SASB and TCFD content to other industry or company-specific frameworks (e.g. SDGs, UNGC, UNPRI).
Assign and send custom question sets to different stakeholders across the business to collect, manage and analyse qualitative and quantitative data.
Maintain a central library of external data requests, from customers, NGOs or investors to keep track of how you’ve responded. Create and manage a central library of data requests from external parties by creating one set of responses and tagging them to specific organisations that have requested the data.
At Greenstone, our commitment to our clients is ‘data that talks to you’ and we make it central to everything we do – both in the way we develop our software and the way we support our clients: