At Accuvio now Diligent, weLiveBreatheEatSleepDrinkSustainability & Corporate Reporting
Accuvio is a Sustainability & Corporate Social Responsibility Data Software Solutions company founded in 2009. Our focus is to provide innovative world class Sustainability Reporting solutions to multi-national and public sector organisations around the world.
At Accuvio, we drew strength from our founders’ experience in Dell, Accenture, Ingersol Rand, JP Morgan and EcoSecurities, where they designed, built and managed complex enterprise financial management systems. A mutual desire to use their experiences and skills to secure a healthy environment for their kids and future generations, coupled with a passion to simplify complex processes with easy to use software led to the founding of Accuvio.
Fast forward to present day, Accuvio is now Diligent ESG, we provide a purpose built software platform which allows for incredible flexibility and customisation to suit clients of all sizes and industry sectors. With a dedicated in-house software development team who truly understand the ESG space, Diligent ESG’s ability to deliver this enterprise software solution in under 12 weeks is a breath of fresh air for any of our clients.
Diligent is the leading GRC SaaS provider, serving nearly 1 million users from 25,000 organizations around the world. Our software enables holistic and informed conversations about governance, risk and compliance and ensures CEOs, CFOs and the board have an integrated view of audit, risk, information security, ethics and compliance from across the organization. Our world-changing idea is to bring technology, insights and confidence to leaders so they can build more effective, equitable, and successful organizations – and create lasting, positive impact on the world. We seek to empower organizations to be better for their stakeholders and communities, for their customers and employees, for their bottom line. Headquartered in New York, Diligent also has offices in Washington D.C., London, Galway, Budapest, Vancouver, Bengaluru, Munich, and Sydney.
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Approximately 55% of Accuvio’s customers are headquartered in North America, 35% in the United Kingdom, and 10% in others including Asia, Ireland and Australia.
With users in 120 countries, our client base spans public sector organisations, including Councils, Cities and Universities, such as the UK Met Office and the Environmental Protection Agency.
Corporate GHG & CSR reporting for private organisations at a global level including Banks, Manufacturers, Logistics and Services companies with internationally known brands such as Intertek, Cobham, West Fraser, B&Q, Brother, Next plc, Emerson plc, DCC plc, Scottish Power, Sage, Babcock International Group plc, and many more.
Diligent has sales and support offices across the world which allows us to employ a “follow the sun” support model for our global user base.
Our story so far....
In 2020 Accuvio was acquired by Diligent, the worlds leading SAAS software provider, becoming Diligent ESG.
The Accuvio team continues to grow and expand, with particular focus in 2018 on enhancing the product offering, broadening our market reach in North America, and has grown the team in Asia to respond to growing demand in the A.S.E.A region.
Growing demands from happy customers for more functionality in complimentary areas led Accuvio to invest in adding three new modules to the system in 9 months, including GRI and DJSI reporting capability to enhance its Corporate Social Responsibility reporting offering for its Dow Jones and FTSE listed corporate clients.
With the commercialisation team making steady progress, Accuvio founders Adrian Fleming and Roy Meaney acquired the shares of the Series A investors Bloom Equity and Enterprise Equity. Since 2016, Accuvio is almost entirely employee owned, and continues to be so with a key focus on long term relationships with its customer base.
2015 saw the beginning of Accuvio’s transformation from a product focused company to one which wanted to expand and grow at high speed. Up to this point, most client acquisition was through referrals and partnership. Its first sales and marketing hires joined the team in July and started to put commercialization plans in place.
Accuvio was originally named ManageCO2, however in May 2014 it was rebranded to Accuvio in recognition of its expanding product offering which was no longer just carbon and energy related and its growing international presence. It was felt that the name Accuvio derived from the merger of “Accuracy” “Accredited” and a Spanish take on “To Visualise” was a name that better represented its international and expanding ambitions.
2013 was a year of Accelerated growth where Accuvio acquired over 100 clients from a rival product under a partnership agreement. 2013 also saw the Accuvio team grow and expand, and the product was now quickly expanding well beyond just carbon and energy.
As demand increased, Accuvio secured a Series A round of investment through two Venture Capital firms, Bloom Equity and Enterprise Equity, combined with additional funding from Enterprise Ireland, a state owned agency that assists in accelerating High Potential Start-Up companies. 2012 was also Accuvio’s first year as a CDP accredited software partner, after it passed the GHGMI independent testing and verification process.
When Accuvio officially launched its first product in 2011 it quickly secured the business of 3 global brands within one month after the launch, and those brands continue to be key Accuvio clients to this day. The Accuvio team rapidly expanded.
In 2010 Accuvio secured its first clients, and worked closely with them over the next 18 months to develop a solution which truly made their Carbon and Energy reporting more auditable and more accurate for their global operations. There were a lot of late nights during these years.
Accuvio was founded in 2009 by Adrian Fleming, Roy Meaney and Derek Spillane. It was founded as a specialist Carbon Reporting software development company and was originally named ManageCO2. It was founded in Limerick Ireland and it began to engage with over 100 companies during its early development stages in 2009 to design and build its first software product.