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Making the world a better place with data

This whitepaper highlights the challenges facing enterprise ESG initiatives and the importance of trusted data. In this whitepaper you will learn:

  • Why ESG is so important for enterprises seeking to meet today’s global challenges (like climate change) 

  • Why trusted data is indispensable for ESG reporting

  • What four steps you need to take to ensure trusted business reporting for ESG initiatives


The ESG (or ‘Environmental, Social, and Governance’) framework acknowledges a truth many accept. Organizations can deliver results to the bottom line and still create substantial social, environmental, and governance costs that aren’t measured in traditional accounting. 

Are you ready to use your data for good? If not, what do you need to do? And how can you be certain the data you’re collecting is accurate?


Today’s enterprise leaders recognize there’s more to success than profits. As the global community grapples with climate change, Covid-19, and a host of other challenges, many organizations are pursuing sustainability initiatives and applying new principles to how success is measured. They’re putting a premium on contributing to solutions to help assuage humanity’s most pressing challenges. And — most importantly for data professionals — there is an increasingly pressing demand from regulators, investors, and other stakeholders to reliably measure the effect of such activity on society and the planet.