Deloitte & IBM: Data solutions driving tech sustainability

Expanded relationship will integrate IBM’s Envizi ESG Suite with Deloitte’s GreenLight Solution
Collaboration to help clients deliver improved sustainability outcomes by streamlining data, elevating insights and accelerating transformation

Consulting leader Deloitte has announced a global collaboration with IBM that will leverage the two companies’ leading sustainability solutions to help clients accelerate emissions reductions strategies and make sustainability programs an embedded part of their core business.

Through the collaboration, clients will be able to leverage multiple IBM solutions and integrate data from the IBM Envizi ESG Suite with Deloitte’s GreenLight Solution.

“The climate crisis requires urgent action, yet organisations are struggling to get data-driven insights that would enable them to think more strategically and make the right decisions,” said Marcus Goetz, Partner and Global Sustainability and Climate Technology Marketplace Leader at Deloitte GmbH. “Through integration of IBM’s Envizi with Deloitte’s GreenLight Solution, organisations can leverage their existing investments in IBM solutions to rapidly access the data needed, enhance insights and better understand their options for accelerated action toward their climate and sustainability goals.”

Helping organisations accelerate sustainable transformation

Together, Deloitte and IBM say they can help organisations accelerate their sustainable transformation, whether they are looking to set their strategy, embed sustainability into operations and business models, or address disclosure and regulatory requirements.

“IBM is committed to helping our customers around the world accelerate their journey in optimising their business operations and achieving emissions commitments. That’s why we have added natural language processing into our sustainability offerings — to improve and help accelerate decision-making when it comes to activities that can affect the future of the planet, especially for Scope 3 emissions,” said Christina Shim, Global Head of Product Management/Strategy, Sustainability Software at IBM. “This expanded collaboration with Deloitte builds on our ongoing relationship, making it easier for our mutual clients to apply a strategic lens to their sustainability efforts, enabled by Deloitte’s deep experience and capabilities in sustainable business transformation.”


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