Environmental Social GovernanceMetricsNumerical DataPerformance Indicators
Many would agree that 80% of the time required for a thorough Sustainability report or ESG report goes into 20% of the content, mainly the GHG calculations. However, increasingly ever more complex ESG metrics are required often cross referencing several frameworks such as GRI with SASB and DJSI or TCFD.
Accuvio allows the collection of any generic metric using the same easy to use data entry, excel upload and data automation options as with the GHG module.
This enables organisations to aggregate and report their ESG metrics at an operational unit level, cost centre level or indeed at asset or building level. Just like the GHG data, the ESG data rolls up automatically to produce wonderful interactive dashboards, and instant templated reports.
Accuvio goes one step further with the Author module, which allows users to collaborate with non-numeric data contributors, the board, leadership across the organisation as textual contributors and reviewers to achieve a more professional, auditable robust sustainability report. See Accuvio Author for more information.
Out of the box all GRI, SASB and TCFD standards, guidance, requirements and recommendations are available. However, every organisation is different, and to ensure complete satisfaction the Accuvio system allows for easy customisation to ensure those sector or company specific elements are catered for.
9 Options for Data Collection
As with all Accuvio modules there are 9 data collection options for each data point, so no matter where the data or information lives, there is an optimised method to acquire that data in a timely manner.
Gather once, use many times
In some of the corporate reporting frameworks such as DJSI, CDP and FTSE4Good there are questions and disclosures which are repeated or very similar. Accuvio allows you to re-use responses to previous reports for convenience.
Reduce the time consumingComplexityRepetitionof ESG reporting
Coordinating dozens of stakeholders’ information on emails and spreadsheets is a risky strategy. With tight deadlines and increased demand, last-minute data changes can have a material impact, triggering another round of reviews and a ESG manager’s worst nightmare.