Whitepaper · 28 Jun 2022

The role of digital services in helping enterprises become sustainable and achieve net zero

GlobalData research explores the sustainability technology landscape.

Research with sustainability decision-makers reveals organisations have set sustainability policies, but are yet to realise them. What’s holding them back?

Many organisations have made the ‘easy’ moves. They’ve switched to renewable energy and have embraced hybrid working to cut corporate and commuting travel.

However, this next phase of sustainability involves internal and external change to unlock all of the opportunities to reduce carbon emissions that digital technologies bring. It’ll need coordination and collaboration within organisations and the support of a managed, secure ecosystem of trusted partners to succeed.

Leading data analytics and consulting company, GlobalData, surveyed sustainability decision-makers in Europe, North America, and Asia across a range of verticals including banking and financial services, manufacturing, transport and logistics, retail and consumer goods, natural resources, and healthcare.

The global research explores:

  • the business imperatives driving sustainability
  • the importance of measuring sustainability activity
  • the barriers to achieving better outcomes
  • the technology currently used to boost sustainability
  • the technology solutions and methodologies that can make net zero achievable.

Download GlobalData’s research report, sponsored by BT and Cisco, for insights into how best to use digital technology to cut your organisation’s carbon footprint.

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